If you wanted a three-row vehicle from Lexus, your choices were limited to the GX, the LX, and the LM. The first two are larger Land Cruiser-based SUVs, while the latter is a luxury minivan that most families would find excessive.
Enter the all-new TX, which the automaker has just teased. If you’ve been following Toyota’s products, you’ll recognize this vehicle’s extended roofline to be similar to the recently introduced three-row Grand Highlander, which is a unibody SUV that is underpinned by the TNGA architecture.
No release dates have been announced yet, but if one thing is certain, expect this to be electrified like the rest of the brand’s lineup, with similar powertrains to its Toyota sibling.