The new model year of the L exus NX can be recognized by a newly drawn front. The apron has modified air inlets, and the transitions from the radiator grille to the bonnet and fenders have been adapted. The grille itself is now framed by darkened chrome elements. The fog lights had to pull out of the air inlets and moved to the outside in the front apron. The new headlights are optionally available.
At the rear, the refreshed NX also has a new apron, freshly drawn tail light graphics and new chrome-plated tailpipe trims integrated into the apron. Another new option is an 18-inch alloy wheel.
In the interior, the seven-inch display has been replaced by a 10.3-inch display. In addition, the operating functions are said to have been revised. The buttons and switches have a fresh look, and the center console has been slightly redesigned.
As a new feature, the NX also has a sensor-controlled tailgate.
Only that changes on the drive side Nomenclature. The NX 200t becomes the NX300 without t, but the four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine remains. The NX 300h remains untouched as a hybrid version.
In addition to the standard version, the NX is also available as an F-Sport. A special feature here is the wire mesh radiator grille. Prices for the new model year have not yet been announced.