Lexus UX crossover SUV teased ahead of Geneva Motor Show debut
Luxury automaker Lexus has revealed its plans for the Geneva Motor Show, which will be headlined by the world premiere of its new UX crossover SUV.
The firm isn’t giving away any details right now, ahead of the March 6 reveal, but did drop a brief teaser video on Tuesday.
There’s not much to discern other than the tail fines and a tail light design running the width of the body.
Motor1 took a closer look at the teaser by adjusting the brightness and spotting “UX 250h” on the badge, suggesting a hybrid version is also on the way.
Elsewhere, the firm says it also plans to bring its LF-1 Limitless concept, which appeared at the Detroit show in January, for a European debut.
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The European Premiere of the three-row RX L (below), which is a new version of the RX crossover featuring three rows of seats, is also scheduled.
The company says: “This new model provides comfortable accommodation for up to seven people in its cabin, with a flexible seating arrangement that also allows for excellent load-carrying flexibility. The RX L’s versatile interior has been achieved with a 110mm extension of the RX’s overall length, while maintain a stylish, coupe-like profile.”
The Geneva Motor Show, the premiere event in the European car show calendar, is open to the public from March 8-18 with press events kicking off on March 6.
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