Lexus introduced an updated version of the crossover UX HybridMarch 13, 2020
The Japanese brand spoke about the hybrid performance of its compact crossover 2020 model year. The novelty is already available in the UK car market at a starting price of £ 40,000
Lexus has updated its compact UX crossover with new features focused on design, security, and mobile connectivity. The first includes an optional Cobalt trim, which combines black and blue trim with white and blue upholstery. F Sport trim with Premium Plus or Takumi can be ordered with the new exclusive F White interior with white leather on the seats and black stripes, as well as black leather on the instrument panel with white stitching.
Crossover costs in the UK under £ 40,000
The Premium Pro Pack safety package includes: a blind spot monitor, a rear cross-traffic warning system with automatic braking, and LED headlights with adaptive high beam. The novelty also boasts a high-quality Mark Levinson audio system, electric adjustable steering, eight-way adjustable front seats and wireless charging for the smartphone. In the meantime, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto services are supported.
Finally, the security options for the UX 2020 model year crossover can be expanded with an additional Lexus Driver Assist Pack. It is offered as standard as part of the Premium Plus package for an additional 745 pounds and includes a Sonar system with artificial intelligence, in addition to a monitor for blind spots and a rear cross-travel signal with automatic braking.
The hybrid UX 250h is included with the same self-loading powerplant, which combines a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with one or two electric motors. The total power is 181 hp, four-wheel drive or front-wheel drive will be available to customers.
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