He seems to have found another unfilled gap in his palette of Lexus. There was a more dynamic version of the sleek RX recreational vehicle, the F Sport, but the difference between the two was too great. So the Sport Edition was born, which sets itself apart from its brothers with dark bronze 20-inch wheels and black mirror housings and a black grille. So if someone has too many dark grille frames instead of chrome F Sport chrome and doesn’t need aggressive air intake inserts for F Sport bumper, you’ll be knocking in the right place.
What’s the same on all trim levels is the 3.5-liter, six-cylinder petrol-powered, self-charging hybrid powertrain: the all-wheel-drive dual-electric all-wheel drive system has a combined peak output of 313 hp and accelerates to 100 km / h in 7.7 seconds.
In Eastern Europe, the Sport Edition is also available with a 300-horsepower V6 (RX 350) and a 238-horsepower in-line four-cylinder (RX 300) petrol engine; in the same countries, the package also includes body-colored sills, a front apron and a rear bumper insert, and a Black Vision logo on the rear door. In other parts of Europe, Lexus has focused more on practicality when it also offers the Sport Edition option for the three-row RX L model.
The non-animal source, but the highest quality Tahara upholstery, which evokes noble leathers in both appearance and feel, is also available for the Lexus RX Sport Edition, which is reported to be available in the brand’s European offering for just one year from the end of September.