What a Proper LX600 Shouldn’t Look Like

What a Proper LX600 Shouldn’t Look Like


The fourth-generation Lexus LX debuted in October with a new yet recognizable design. Just the other day, the manufacturer, together with the tuner Jaos, announced a particularly off-road version of Offroad with three locking differentials, 20-inch Enkei wheels in a golden hue, arch extensions, mudguards and underbody protection plates. Now the version from the court atelier Modellista followed.

The kit is designed to give the luxury SUV more sportiness. All changes are mainly concentrated in the front and rear. There are also massive stainless steel side sills and original 22-inch forged wheels with a complex spoke pattern.

Nothing has been reported about engine modifications. The LX is offered with a 3.5-liter “turbo” with 415 hp. and 650 Nm.

Technical twin Toyota Land Cruiser 300 also received styling upgrades from Modellista shortly after its premiere. The SUV received new bumpers, 21-inch wheels, angular sections of fog lamps with horizontal fins and a rear diffuser.

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