/2018 Lexus NX Facelift Teased for Shanghai Debut

2018 Lexus NX Facelift Teased for Shanghai Debut

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Even though the current Lexus NX, the first generation of the pointy crossover, still looks pretty fresh because there is nothing else out there looking just like it, the Japanese company decided it’s high time they gave it a refresh and came up with a facelift. So at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show in China they will be presenting the 2018 Lexus NX with substantially modified looks. 

Now, if you are a fan of the existing NX, don’t worry, if the teaser photo is anything to go by, the 2018 Lexus NX facelift is not going to be radically different. In fact, chances are the alterations will make it even more insane to look at. The angles will be sharper, the lines even more twisted and seemingly haphazard, and the chrome shinier than ever. Combine that with upgraded equipment and new interior options and voila, you have a “refreshed” NX ready to slug it out in the crossover segment for a few more years before it needs a major overhaul.

Lexus’ passion for brave design, imaginative technology, and exhilarating performance enables the luxury lifestyle brand to create amazing experiences for its customers. Lexus began its journey in 1989 with two luxury sedans and a commitment to pursue perfection. Since then, Lexus has developed its lineup to meet the needs of global luxury customers in more than 90 countries. In the United States, Lexus vehicles are sold through 237 dealers offering a full lineup of luxury vehicles. With five models incorporating Lexus Hybrid Drive, Lexus is the luxury hybrid leader. Lexus also offers six F SPORT models and two F performance models. Lexus is committed to being a visionary brand that anticipates the future for luxury customers.

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