New Lexus LX 600 – the giant SUV gets some big design changes

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The new Lexus LX 600 gets some distinctive exterior and interior design details, not all of which are strong

The fourth generation Lexus LX 600 has been unveiled having had a complete redesign. Changes to both the exterior and interior are significant, and while most of it is positive, there are a few odd choices.

The large luxury SUV is based on a new platform, dubbed GA-F. This has allowed Lexus to reduce weight by 441lbs (200kg) when compared to the previous generation while simultaneously increasing body rigidity. It has also enabled improvements to the suspension system to make for a smoother ride.

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