Lexus officially unveiled the 2024 Lexus TX early this past June, pulling the sheets on an all-new three-row crossover set to rival the Cadillac XT6. Now, we’re getting our first glimpse of the new Lexus TX as it looks out in the real world thanks to the following GM Authority photos.
This particular example appears to be the 2024 Lexus TX 500h F Sport Performance variant. A total of four trim levels are offered, with the other three dubbed Standard, Premium, and Luxury.
Lexus says that the new 2024 Lexus TX was designed with aerodynamic performance as a priority, while adding that it follows the brand’s latest design language. The front end is dominated by a large grille section that incorporates horizontal styling lines that seem to substantially enhance the SUV’s visual girth. The geometric design is complemented by strong upper and lower styling lines, finished in bright silver, as well as sharp headlight housings in the upper corners of the fascia. Checkmark-shaped lighting signatures serve double duty as the turn signals.
Moving over to the profile, we find this 2024 Lexus TX rides on massive multi-spoke wheels with an aggressive design and dark silver finish. The 2024 Lexus TX 500h F Sport Performance is equipped as standard with 22-inch rollers. The SUV’s roofline is flat and straight, leading rearwards into an abrupt 90-degree angle that forms the hatch. The rearmost pillar is finished in black, lending the SUV a sort of floating-roof design element.
Viewed from the rear, we see the rear glass on this particular 2024 Lexus TX is absolutely filthy. The rear wiper certainly has its work cut out for it. Under some of the grime, horizontal taillight clusters reach around the rear fenders into the hatch, adding yet more visual width to the styling.
As for the powertrain spec, the 2024 Lexus TX 500h F Sport Performance is available exclusively with a 2.4L hybrid powertrain, producing 366 horsepower and 409 pound-feet of torque. Interestingly, this is the same powertrain that motivates the Lexus RX 500h F Sport Performance.