2022 Lexus NX 350

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2022 Lexus NX 350

Next-generation Lexus brave design, exhilarating performance and imaginative technology has been revealed within the all-new Lexus NX luxury medium SUV. You can find more visual details of the 2022 Lexus NX 350 gallery by scrolling up.

Completely renewed with athletic proportions, the all-new NX debuts a powerful 2.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a more advanced petrol-electric hybrid powertrain.

A three-tier line-up comprising NX 350h, NX 350 and NX 250 will arrive in Australia in November, 2021 – the same month as the arrival of the first Lexus battery electric vehicle (BEV), the UX 300e luxury compact SUV.

2022 Lexus NX 350

The all-new NX will also become the first Lexus plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV), and further details will be communicated about the NX 450h+ in due course.

With an all-new, stronger platform boasting larger dimensions including a longer wheelbase, the all-new NX defines next-generation Lexus design language by pursuing simplicity rooted in strong proportions and expressing captivating forms.

This dynamic exterior design reflects both the engaging technology within the advanced Tazuna Concept – a cockpit concept making its Lexus production vehicle debut – and a heighted focus on performance, ride comfort and handling.

The Tazuna Concept is a cockpit concept that allows the driver to intuitively connect with the car and concentrate more on driving operations.

It blends trademark-Lexus quality with a captivating new design, a luxurious blend of tones and textures, and a combination of button tactility with next-generation multimedia featuring 14.0-inch widescreen, touch-display capability.

A Lexus-first E-Latch system electronically controls the latching and unlatching of doors, combining with a blind-spot monitor to provide a Lexus-first safe exit assist (SEA) function that helps prevent accidents caused by door operation when the vehicle is stopped.

These advancements form part of the extensive next-generation Lexus Safety System+, adopting the latest preventive safety technologies and advanced technologies that enhance convenience, based on a human-centered approach – seamlessly partnering with and supporting the driver.

An evolution of the Lexus Driving Signature – which targets engaging and linear vehicle behaviour faithful to a driver’s intentions – is borne from extensive dynamic development at the company’s technical centre in Shimoyama, Japan.

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While inheriting the linear steering feel that Lexus has thoroughly pursued to date, Lexus has focused on developing the driving control to deliver a precise driving feel.

Delivering a superb blend of high response and low fuel consumption, the new-generation petrol-electric NX 350h combines a 2.5-litre petrol engine with electrified performance supported by a new high-capacity Lithium-ion battery pack – in front-wheel drive (FWD) or all-wheel drive (AWD).

A newly developed, electronically controlled full-time AWD system is standard for the new NX 350 variant and its 2.4-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine – with a 0.4L-larger capacity compared with the previous NX 300.

With a focus on light, agile driving dynamics, a new NX 250 variant joins the luxury medium SUV range with a responsive 2.5-litre petrol engine delivering high thermal efficiency, offered in FWD.

The globally available NX 450h+ PHEV (not confirmed for Australia) features a thermally-efficient 2.5-litre petrol engine, front and rear motors, and a Lithium-ion battery pack with an impressive 18.1 kiloWatt-hour (kWh) power output.

Lexus Australia Chief Executive Scott Thompson said the all-new NX represented a leap forward for the luxury lifestyle brand and a luxury medium SUV that is the most popular Lexus in Australia.

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2022 Lexus NX 350 Front View 3/4

2022 Lexus NX 350 Front View 3/4

“When these attributes combine with trademark-Lexus quality and luxury, ride comfort and refinement, we are confident the all-new NX will create a new luxury medium SUV benchmark when it arrives in November.”

The all-new NX is based on the development concept of “Vital x Tech Gear” that combines vital dynamism with advanced technology.

This entirely renews the incredibly successful first-generation NX, which launched in 2014 with a “Premium Urban Sports Gear” concept, and focused on driving performance that enables agile urban driving and SUV-like power.

As of the end of April 2021, the Lexus NX has sold a cumulative total of approximately one million units in more than 90 countries and regions, growing to become a core global model for Lexus.


“The development of the new NX was a series of new challenges for Lexus. We implemented ‘digital development’ to ensure quality by evaluating the well thought-out design structure under various conditions using computer models to check productivity.”

“In terms of driving, professional racing drivers conducted an evaluation test drive at the Shimoyama test course to thoroughly train the car’s body structure and control the driving force to inherit and evolve the Lexus Driving Signature.”

“The powertrain line-up is diverse, including Lexus’ first PHEV, a newly developed 2.4-litre turbocharged engine, and a newly developed electronically controlled full- time AWD, as well as a number of advanced technologies and a new generation of multimedia.”

“The attractive design and performance of our products have been achieved through the cooperation of our suppliers and many innovations in production technology. Planning, development, production engineering, and manufacturing are connected online across national borders in a difficult environment such as travel restrictions, and for the first time for Lexus, production will be carried out at three locations around the world.”

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1.    The next-generation of Lexus’ human-centered philosophy
The cockpit design is based on the Tazuna Concept, a new cockpit that further evolves Lexus’ human-centered philosophy that is foundation of all vehicle development.

This interior concept was first introduced in the LF-30 Electrified Concept in 2019. The Japanese word ‘tazuna’ is derived from the ‘reins’ used to control horses, as it aims to enhance the joy of controlling a car at will by enabling better communication between the driver and their vehicle.

The ratio of the driver and passenger floor is designed to create the optimal space. The meter and centre display area contribute to driver comfort by ensuring a wide field of vision and tightening the driver knee space.

The wide passenger area, including the top of the console, provides passengers with ample space.

The layout of the information system components leading from the heads-up display to the gauges and from the heads-up display to the centre display allows for smoother, less distracted eye movement while driving.

In addition, the start button, shift lever, and drive mode select switch are placed around the steering wheel where they can be handled more naturally, so the driver can operate them smoothly without losing his or her driving posture.

The newly developed steering wheel is easy to grip and operate, while the horn pad has been downsized and the spoke design has been changed to improve the sporty feel.

The shift lever is newly developed for the shift-by-wire function. Lexus pursued a shape that has a superior tactile character that is easy to grip and apply pressure.

For the F Sport interior, in addition to the newly developed dedicated steering wheel, the front seats, aluminium pedals, and shift lever have been exclusively designed to enhance the image of driving performance.

2.    Multimedia system with advanced and convenient features
The all-new multimedia system’s high-resolution, 14.0-inch touch-display provides clear images, thanks to an antireflective coating applied to the windshield and the use of glare-reducing bonding technology.

The all-new NX offers a state-of-the-art multimedia system that is intuitive and easy to use. A variety of menu selection switches are always displayed as icons on the driver’s side for superior accessibility. The layout of the entire screen is divided into display areas according to the granularity of the information, while the operation flow for navigation, music, and vehicle settings is unified for ease of use.

For example, a function that allows front passengers to easily call up frequently used controls has been installed. In addition, the map area and the climate control area can be adjusted according to your needs and preferences.

The colour and font of the navigation screen can be selected from five different themes according to the user’s preference.

The latest voice-recognition function enables activation by operating the microphone icon on the display or by voice, in addition to activation by operating the talk switch on the steering wheel. By saying a pre-defined activation word (e.g. “Hey Lexus!”), the system can be activated by voice recognition without having to operate switches or stop playing music. In addition, the system supports natural speech operation as if you were talking to the car.

Configure Apple CarPlay® or Android Auto™ to use the exclusive functions of a user’s smartphone on the in-vehicle display. In addition to the conventional USB connection, it now supports wireless connection via Wi-Fi.

The Lexus Premium Sound System consists of 10 speakers, including a large- capacity subwoofer box. An available Mark Levinson® Premium Surround Sound System delivers 17-speaker audio, including a large-capacity subwoofer box that utilises the body frame, and are optimally placed to create a stage feeling that extends from front to back and left to right.

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2022 Lexus NX 350 Interior

2022 Lexus NX 350 Interior

3.    Touch Tracer Operation
Newly adopted is the Touch Tracer Operation, an operation method that combines the head-up display with touch sensor switches on the steering wheel.

When the driver touches the touch sensor switches on the steering wheel, the operation guide is displayed on the head-up display (or on the meter when the head-up display is off), allowing more intuitive operation without the need for a driver to look at their hand and keep eyes forward.

In addition, the head-up display offers three modes with different information and layouts to allow customers to enjoy driving while maintaining a clear view of the surrounding road conditions. The driver can change the mode according to the driving situation. In addition, the layout and graphics of the gauges have been redesigned to ensure that the driver receives the information they need while driving.

With the adoption of a large touch display, many functions are integrated into the soft switches in the display. The Lexus product development team paid close attention to the details of the switch size, shape, layout, and displayed information, and pursued the optimal arrangement and shape for intuitive operation while considering the frequency of use of each function.

4.    Interior colour scheme and ornamentation
A diverse interior colour line-up is offered, including Black & Rich Cream, a contrasting colour scheme of black and rich cream with high-saturation orange accent stitching.

The ornament decoration that runs from the shape of the meter to the door trim is in a dark colour and has continuity with the driver’s seat area to create a space where the driver can focus on driving.

The newly developed 3D Cutting Black is a geometric pattern that gradually becomes denser toward the rear to help enhance the sense of dynamism and advanced technology.

Sixty-four colours of interior illumination are used to accentuate the beauty of the interior shapes and materials, colouring the entire cockpit. There are 14 preset colours that express the emotions and changes in feelings that occur when looking at beautiful natural phenomena. If a driver desires to freely select other colours, they can choose from 50 other colours in the colour palette of the centre display, providing an atmosphere that better aligns with their mood.


1.    New items to extend safety and security
Lexus-first automatic door-opening cancellation (Safe Exit Assist), which is linked to the Blind Spot Monitor sensor and E-Latch system, supports safe and secure exit.

– E-Latch System (new)
Replacing the latch/unlatch mechanism of the door with electrical control by switches delivers a smooth door operation and effortless feeling.

– Safe Exit Assist (new)
When exiting the vehicle, the system uses the sensors of the Blind Spot Monitor (BSM) to detect vehicles approaching from behind, including bicycles. If the system determines that there is a possibility of a collision with an open door or an alighting occupant, the indicator in the outer mirror will light up to alert the driver. In addition, if the driver tries to open the door, the system cancels the door opening in cooperation with the E-Latch system. The system notifies the occupants with a buzzer, flashing indicator in the outer mirror and display on the meter.

2.    Lexus Safety System+ with expanded functions and enhanced performance
By expanding the detection range of the millimetre wave radar and monocular camera, the performance of the Lexus Safety System+ has been enhanced.

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Pre-Collision Safety [PCS] assistance at intersections has been expanded to include assistance in avoiding collisions with intersecting vehicles, oncoming vehicles coming straight ahead whilst turning right, and pedestrians and cyclists approaching from ahead when turning right or left.

In addition, the scope of assistance has been expanded to include motorcycles, oncoming vehicles that have deviated from their lane, and cyclists at night. When the system determines that there is a high possibility of a collision, it can activate an audible alert and apply braking to help mitigate the damage.

Front Cross-Traffic Alert[FCTA] now detects a vehicle approaching from the left or right when entering an intersection at low speed, displaying an animation of the direction of the approaching vehicle on the colour head-up display to alert the driver. If the system judges that the driver is about to start despite the approaching vehicle, it will alert the driver to slow down with a display and audible warning.

In the Emergency Steering Assist [ESA] function, which assists steering within the lane triggered by the driver’s steering, an active steering function is available that automatically controls steering when the system judges that there is a high risk of collision. In addition, a low-speed acceleration control function has been added to support accident prevention at low speeds.

Radar Cruise Control (With All-Speed Follow Function) can now detect vehicle lane movement, and can begin slowing the vehicle in its current lane whilst the driver begins to move into a lane with slower traffic. This prevents sudden approach to the preceding vehicle and enhances the sense of security.

By enhancing the performance of detecting curves ahead and decelerating earlier in accordance with the size of the curve, the curve speed control function has evolved to be more in tune with the driver’s senses.

Lane Tracing Assist (LTA) delivers improved lane recognition performance to realise smoother and less disruptive steering support, while Lane Departure Alert (LDA) also newly recognises utility poles, kerbs, guardrails, walls, and continuous poles, enabling additional support at lower speeds.

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2022 Lexus NX 350 Rear View 3/4

2022 Lexus NX 350 Rear View 3/4

For the Road Sign Assist (RSA), in addition to the existing “maximum speed”, “no vehicle entry” and “temporary stop” signs, an expanded scope of support now includes “no turning” signs.

Newly added to the NX, DCM (Data Communication Module) wireless communication also includes SOS call, automated collision notification, and stolen vehicle tracking.

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