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September 20, 2023

These Are The New Models Lexus Will Launch In H1 2024


You are looking at the Lexus models that will be launched in the first half of 2024: the all-new Lexus LM, the all-new Lexus GX, and the first-ever Lexus LBX. Confirmed by no less than Lexus International President, Takashi Watanabe, these products were part of the Lexus Showcase event that introduces the brand’s future direction.

Offering new values of diversified luxury, these models made their respective Japan market debuts as well. 

The LM stands a bold new option for chauffeur-driven vehicles. The LBX transcends the conventional size hierarchy and is a car for customers with a discerning sense of taste that can be driven casually. The GX, meanwhile, combines genuine off-road capability with refined on-road luxury.

In the Philippines, the Lexus LM will debut first offering a standard hybrid powertrain. The LM 350h will offer a combined output of 250 horsepower and 316 Nm. This will be launching before the year-end and will be available in both 7-seater and 4-seater configurations. The three-row version is priced at P 7.578 million, while the luxurious two-row version tops out at P 11.808 million.

This will be followed by the Lexus LBX which becomes the brand’s most affordable entry, slotting below the Lexus UX. Distilling the Lexus Driving Signature, it offers a strengthened TNGA GA-B platform and will be powered by an electrified 1.5-liter 3-cylinder engine.

Finally, the Lexus GX will bring the luxury SUV to a new direction by offering improved all-terrain capability. Keeping its body-on-frame design, the Lexus GX adopts Electronic Kinetic Dynamic Suspension (E-KDSS) with full-time all-wheel drive and an available rear locker. Powering the luxury SUV is an electrified 2.4-liter turbocharged with around 272 horsepower and 460 Nm of torque.

12 comments:

  1. Lexus LBX is just a Lexus version of the TNGA GA-B Yaris Cross!
    That almost 12 Million Peso price tag of the Lexus L M is too much!At least the normal 7 seater version of Lexus LM is priced like a scalped Toyota Alphard

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    1. Mas mabili pa rin ang Lexus LX. Ang mga customers mas pinipili nila ang LX500D bale same spec sila ng LX600. Lexus LX lang ang malakas.

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    2. What is your point? Almost every lexus vehcile was a toyota first. Its a public knowledge and not some conspiracy they are trying to hide.

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    3. Everybody knows that most if not all Lexuses originate from Toyota platforms. They just "luxify" it.

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    4. You have to own one to understand. Pag wala ka Lexus ang linya ay “toyota lang din naman yan”😂

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  2. The "other" Philippine automotive website says GX will have 3.4 V6TT based on "government approval" to import. Carguide says GX will get 2.4 L4 hybrid. Uly, can you confirm which is correct? I haven't seen any news of a GX with 4 cyl anywhere on the internet, only the Prado does.

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    1. It is available with a 2.4-liter hybrid engine, but yes, it seems they're bringing in the V6 first (it's JPEPA compliant after all).

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  3. Better buy the real cheaper Toyota versions of the LM and GX

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  4. Lexus here in the Philippines only operates one dealership in the country which is not a great way to own a luxury vehicle.

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    1. That's not a deterrent for luxury car buyers. For example, you can only have brands under PGA Cars serviced at EDSA Greenhills, but people are still buying Audis, Lambos, Porsches, etc.

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    2. Plus there are Toyota dealers that are have Lexus trained techs and are accredited to service Lexus vehicles

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  5. Very promising new vehicle lineup from Lexus

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