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Lexus RZ Electric Crossover Teased

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You can see familiar Lexus elements like the tapered grille and L-shaped position lights and even the silhouette is very much inspired by the NX300h.


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The Lexus RZ electric crossover was first teased.

Lexus has released a teaser for its next electric crossover – the RZ and the video gives us a glimpse into its design language in a very subtle way. You can see familiar Lexus elements like the tapered grille and L-shaped traffic lights and even the silhouette is very much inspired by the NX300h, which makes us wonder if it is based on the same model. There are large entrances in the lower corners of the front and a profile photo shows a charging port between the front fender and the driver’s door. At the rear, the taillights run the full width of the rear, and there is a flat roof spoiler that looks a lot like Porsche.

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The Lexus RZ will be supported by the proven e-TNGA platform.

The Lexus RZ will be a battery-electric vehicle and will be based on the proven e-TNGA platform, which Toyota has used on the bZ4X among others. That said, unlike the bZ4X, the Lexus RZ looks sharper and features a line that runs from the front fenders to the rear doors. The shape of the rear pillar is also steeper, however, the physical proportions appear to be similar between the Toyota and Lexus models. Since the two models will share the platform, the bZ4X and RZ could potentially use the same powertrain options, while the drive range can vary depending on the performance tuning to achieve better range or delivery. improved power.

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The taillights run the full width of the rear, and there’s a flat spoiler on the roof that looks a lot like Porsche.

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The electric motor in the high-end variant of the Toyota model produces around 212 hp and is powered by a 72.8 kWh battery, while Toyota is not yet revealing an estimated range. The All-Wheel Drive (AWD) Subaru Solterra can travel approximately 354 km with a battery charge of 71.4 kWh.

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