Lexus First-Ever TX SUV Will Have Epic Gaming Set Up 

Lexus has pulled the wraps off its first-ever TX SUV, which will debut for the 2024 model year. The TX marks new territory for the luxury automaker with its three-row seating and variety of electrified powertrain options.

The TX will be offered with three engine choices: a standard 2.4L turbocharged 4-cylinder, a high-performance hybrid, and a plug-in hybrid. The hybrid and plug-in hybrid models both utilize Lexus’ DIRECT4 all-wheel-drive system for improved handling and control. 

In a first for Lexus, the TX will be manufactured in America at Toyota’s Indiana plant. The facility has produced over 7 million vehicles since 1996. The TX was designed specifically for North American customers and represents Lexus’ commitment to local manufacturing and environmental initiatives.

Lexus focused heavily on aerodynamics and stability with the TX’s exterior styling. The unique silhouette and unified front spindle grille improve efficiency while maintaining the brand’s signature aesthetic. 

Inside, the TX delivers on the technology front with the latest Lexus Safety System+ 3.0 suite of active safety features and a 14-inch central touchscreen display.

In another collaborative first, Lexus has partnered with gaming lifestyle brand Razer to produce a special TX trimmed in Razer’s signature green coloring. The custom “Razer Lexus TX” replaces the second and third row seating with gaming chairs and battlestations to create the “ultimate gaming vehicle.”

The electrified and technologically advanced TX highlights Lexus’ vision for the future of luxury SUVs. The company aims to resonate with loyal customers while also appealing to new buyers with the TX’s blend of innovation, performance and unmatched refinement.

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