The next-generation Lexus NX has leaked ahead of its official debut. Exact details such as the powertrain remain unknown. What we can say is that this is a complete redesign inside and out (the current NX debuted in late 2014).
What's clearly visible are the slimmer headlights with integrated L-shaped daytime running lights. The rear taillights are connected by an LED light bar. The still-controversial spindle grille has a new pattern as well. The interior has a new digital instrument cluster, a larger infotainment touchscreen, and different switchgear.
More than likely, the 2022 NX rides on parent company Toyota's TNGA-K platform that also underpins the RAV4. Expect the NX to also utilize the RAV4's engines, specifically the 2.5-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine and the electrified 2.5-liter four-cylinder. Full details are expected very soon.
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