Lexus LF-NX Turbo Debuts at Tokyo Show


A new turbocharged version of Lexus LF-NX concept car will be revealed at the 2013 Tokyo motor show, it has been announced.

Powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, the new turbo model is based on the LF-NX concept car first shown at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show.

The concept cuts a lean profile with its compact, sharp body lines and large tyres that broadcast its SUV qualities. In the cabin it maintains Lexus’s reputation for exploiting user-friendly advanced technologies with a Remote Touch Interface controller with a new touchpad function.


The LF-NX is 4,640mm long, 1,870mm wide and 1,620mm high, with a 2,700mm wheelbase. It will take its place at the Tokyo show (20 November to 1 December) in a Lexus line-up of environmentally efficient models that combine distinctive design, cutting edge features and engaging driving quality.

Stay tuned…
Lexus will host a press conference at Tokyo motor show at 8:45am local time (00:45am GMT) on 20 November. The event will also be broadcast in a live webstream on this blog.




  1. Excellent, look forward to seeing it! 🙂

    When do you think we might see a production ready version then….?

    1. Hello there.
      Thanks for you post.
      We should be seeing this vehicle in road going form next year however no news yet on exactly when that will be be. Glad you like it.

  2. This along with the new RC will blow the competition out the water… Two very powerful cars to come, can’t wait!

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