The car which is simply a wonder on wheels has a powerful bodywork. The bodywork features an impressively flared front and rear wings. It also clothes a cabin that provides a driver-focused cockpit and an open, relaxing space for passengers.
The Lexus UX also features some technical innovations. For instance, it includes the first use of the new global architecture platform named GA-C. This is said to deliver fundamental high structural rigidity and a low center of gravity, thus securing excellent ride quality and stability.
Deployed for the first time, it features two new powertrains: a new 2.0-litre petrol engine: a new, fourth generation self-charging hybrid system with 178 DIN Hp/131kW and the choice of front wheel drive or E-Four in the UX 250h; and a new 2.0-litre petrol engine with high thermal efficiency, available with a new Direct Shift continuously variable transmission in the UX 200.
The engine performance also benefits from fuel economy and high thermal efficiency; and a new mid-power, fourth generation self-charging hybrid system. At the front, the arrangement of the headlights and the spindle grille are incorporated into a deep, strong shape created by the hood and bumper to generate a sense of security.
The rear features a condensed styling treatment contrasts sharply with the flared wings to emphasize the UX’s dynamic and strong crossover qualities.
The rear combination lamps have an original and advanced design that is not only eye-catching but also aerodynamically efficient while improving vehicle handling.
The new Lexus UX was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.