After revealing the Lexus LBX earlier this week, the Japanese carmaker will host a double feature on June 8 which will see the debut of the all-new GX and TX. Both SUVs have been teased before, but to keep the hype train chugging along, Lexus has released new teaser images to give us a slightly better idea of what to expect.
Starting with the off-road-focused GX, we already know the third-generation model will be a very boxy vehicle based on past teasers. With the new image, we get a decent look at the SUV’s front end, which features triple-element headlamps, L-shaped daytime running lights as well as a more rugged take on the company’s trademark spindle grille.
Said grille appears to be of a more subdued size compared to other Lexus models and is accompanied by a lower vent finished in body colour for some contrast. We can also see a heavily sculpted clamshell bonnet, roof rails and upright A-pillars, the last of which are reminiscent of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
While there isn’t a shot of the GX’s rear, a previous teaser image confirms it will have full-width taillights and very pronounced wheel arches. The general shape when viewed from the back reminds us of the Land Rover Defender, but the interior is being kept a secret for now.
As for the TX, parts of the three-row SUV’s exterior and interior were teased previously. Now, we are being shown the face, which sports a frameless spindle grille with prominent slats that are accompanied by small headlamps with L-shaped DRLs that extend into a trim strip just below the Lexus badge. A side view of the SUV shows similarities with the Toyota Grand Highlander, which is said to be the sister model to the TX.
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