2021 Lexus GX
The refreshed Lexus GX also has a slightly different cockpit console and three-spoke steering wheel.
A new gallery of spy pictures provides our first appearance at the refreshed Lexus GX. The aging SUV is lastly due for some upgrades, albeit relatively small ones.
2021 Lexus GX Changes
The exterior changes are just at the front end of this test mule. The concealment doesn’t truly hide the upgraded LED headlights. Lexus’ polarizing spindle grille still embellishes the GX. However, this modified variation appears to be the sharper-edged design from modern-day items like the most recent LS and LC 500. A contrasting silver area is at the very bottom of the front fascia.
2021 Lexus GX Interior
On the inside, the changes are also really minor. There’s a new three-spoke, steering wheel. The multifunction display screen behind analog gauges is bigger now. The layout of the center stack is the very same, but the infotainment system software application might have an upgrade.
2021 Lexus GX Engine
Powertrain changes for the refreshed GX are a complete mystery at this moment, and these spy shots do not hint at any substantial tweaks. The present model utilizes a 4.6-liter V8 with 301 horsepower (225 kilowatts) and 329 pound-feet (446 Newton-meters). A six-speed automated gearbox routes power to an all-wheel-drive system with an electronic locking differential. One possibility is that Lexus might include a more contemporary transmission with additional equipment as a method to enhance the SUV’s fuel economy.
The current generation of the Lexus GX dates back to the 2010 model year in the United States, and a refresh provided it a revised aim to the 2014 example of the SUV. The model has been a moderate success for the marque. In 2018, The company moved 26,724 units of the GX in the U.S, which was just down slightly from 27,190 of them in 2017.