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Image gallery: India-spec Lexus LX 450d

10 Feb 2017 / 1

The Lexus LX 450d is the flagship offering from the Japanese automaker. Based on the Toyota Land Cruiser, the Lexus LX series is offered in both petrol and diesel engines. However, we believe the LX 450d will be launched first followed by its petrol counterpart. The LX 450d does come with similar off-road tech as the Land Cruiser. It also comes equipped with dynamic radar cruise control wherein the vehicle automatically adjusts the throttle to maintain a safe distance from the vehicle ahead. However, if the same will be offered in India is not clear. This premium SUV will primarily compete with the Land Rover Range Rover in India. More details on pricing of the India-spec Lexus range here.

Lexus will initially bring in the diesel-powered LX450d as the 5-seater

Lexus will initially bring in the diesel-powered LX 450d as a 5-seater

 

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The dimensions of the Lexus LX 450d are similar to that of the Toyota Land Cruiser

 

Lexus LX 450d (7)

 

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The rear of the Lexus LX 450d looks more premium than the Toyota Land Cruiser

 

Lexus LX 450d (6)

 

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The Lexus LX 450d will lock horns with the Land Rover Range Rover

 

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Muscular design theme will be seen on the Lexus LX 450d as well

 

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The diesel engine will be shared with the Land Cruiser, expect similar levels of performance

 

Lexus LX 450d (1)

 

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Premium and spacious cabin will be one of the strongest highlights of the Lexus LX 450d

 



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