TTAC Photochop: Lexus RX Mk III

Andrei Avarvarii
by Andrei Avarvarii

I've noticed that production cars from Lexus generally look better than their concepts. The show cars usually have exaggerated design features and all sorts of elements that intersect strangely or melt one into the other. Let's hope that this rule will be kept for the third RX (due for release next year). I say that because the LF-Xh concept car that was meant to preview the next RX features what seems to be a new Lexus design approach that could be called brick-finesse. Fortunately, the RX test vehicles that have been spotted so far show a sleeker silhouette that would be a natural and logical evolution of the model under their camouflage. From the LF-Xh concept I kept the few details that could be used and I added a pair of fresh headlights that fit with the Lexus family. In comparison with the current RX, note the bigger dimensions and the L-finesse accents.

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