Lexus RX’s Three Row Version Spy Photographed
Lexus RX’s three row variant has come into the crosshairs of spy photographers during testing in Southern California. The move signals to the fact that a seven-seat family crossover will reach the market soon enough.
Lexus dealers have been vying the opportunity of taking on competitors like the Acura MDX with the own version of a seven-seat family hauler.
Even though the U.S. market has fallen by around 2.7 percent to just 56,369 units, the RX continues to dominate the premium midsize crossover market.
The RX ‘L’ has a longer rear overhang apart from a more upright roof for better-accommodating riders in the back, but overall, there’s not much of difference as such. All these changes suggest that Lexus has been able to provide the third row without many physical changes.
Probably for the three-row model, there will a hybrid 450H and standard 350 options, thus, mirroring the versions of the RX’s two-row crossover.
Lexus can also use the Lexus RX’s Three Row model to present itself an opportunity for tweaking the styling of the RX.