Lexus is known for including a lot of luxury as standard, and the LX 570 is a perfect example of the Japanese brand's all-included ethos. 2008 models come as standard with 20-inch alloy wheels, adaptive automatic xenon headlights, a powered glass sunroof, roof rails, heated and power-folding side mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, front fog lights, adaptive suspension with variable ride height, leather upholstery, real wood trim, four-zone automatic climate control, heated and electrically adjustable front seats (10-way for the driver, with a memory function, and 8-way for the passenger), a power-sliding 60/40-split second row, a power-folding 50/50-split third row, an electrically tilting/telescoping steering column, a nine-speaker audio system with a six-disc CD changer, an onboard 30-GB hard drive with voice-activated navigation with real-time traffic, and a seven-inch color display. The magnificent 19-speaker Mark Levinson sound system was an optional extra from the start, and it's well worth looking for a model that has it. A rear-seat entertainment system with a nine-inch screen, ventilated seats, and front- and side-view parking cameras were also on the options list and a used car might be so equipped. Other niceties include a sunroof, keyless entry with a push-button start, Bluetooth connectivity, satellite radio, an auxiliary audio jack, a backup camera, and a power liftgate.
2010 models come with the Lexus Enform telematics system with Lexus Safety Connect features, updated navigation with better voice control, Bluetooth audio streaming, and a USB/iPod interface. Post-2013 models have turn signals in the side mirrors, a touchscreen interface, a digital gauge cluster, a household-style 120-volt power outlet, an easy-entry system that moves the steering wheel out of the way and slides the driver's seat back when the vehicle is turned off, and HD radio. The rear-seat entertainment option gets two separate screens. The 2015 LX's infotainment system gains Siri Eyes Free (for iPhone 4S and up) and an updated Lexus Enform app suite, while power front-seat adjustment is expanded to 14-way for the driver and 12-way for the passenger seat.
Facelifted 2016 models have all of the advanced safety features contained in the Lexus Safety System+ suite mentioned earlier, plus a new interior with a larger 12.3-inch infotainment screen and an eight-speed automatic transmission replacing the old six-speeder. This screen can display a 360-degree camera system, basic smartphone integration, and HD radio. Thanks to a 2.4-inch longer and 0.4-inch wider body, there is slightly more interior space, most notably for the rear-seat passengers, who gain 1.6 inches of legroom. The 2016 facelift also means LED headlights and a SmartAccess slim card key.
The 2018 LX is also offered in a two-row version and whereas Enform Safety Connect previously came with a one-year trial, a standard ten-year subscription is included in 2018 models. The 2019 LX's mirror-mounted puddle lights project the Lexus logo onto the ground. An optional Sport package can be added to the 2020 LX (three-row model only), adding 21-inch wheels and a sporty interior and exterior appearance package. The 500-unit limited-edition 2021 LX Inspiration Series (three-row model only) is a swansong to the stalwart luxury off-roader and adds to the outside blacked-out trim and 21-inch alloys, smoked head- and taillights, a choice of white or black paint. Inside, it has black leather with red accents and a black headliner.