As we reported last week, Lexus has managed to stretch the Lexus RX SUV from a five-seat SUV, up to a seven-seater.
The new three-row Lexus RX has just debuted at the LA Auto Show and we can now confirm the three-row version has a 110mm longer overhang at the rear.
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There’s also a steeper tailgate window to allow for additional headroom.
At this stage we have no official confirmation that the higher-capacity version will be offered in Australia (though we believe it is more than likely).
The first North American deliveries of the six/seven seat variant will start almost immediately.
Buyers will be offered a choice of V6 (LX 350L) and hybrid (RX 450hL) powertrains.
We will bring you updated info around Australian availability of the ‘stretched’ Lexus RX if/when it comes to hand.
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