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As the calendar turns to the new year, the 2024 Lexus LX maintains its presence without any major alterations, following its minor updates for the 2023 model year.

Having received a complete redesign in 2022 and now exclusively offered in the LX 600 trim, the current-generation Lexus LX shares its underpinnings with the latest full-size Toyota Land Cruiser, known as the 300 series. Notably, this specific iteration of the Land Cruiser will not be making its way to the U.S. shores; instead, the 2024 Toyota Land Cruiser designated for the American market is a smaller vehicle, closely resembling the size of the Lexus GX.

Sharing its platform with the Land Cruiser grants the Lexus LX formidable off-road capabilities, further complemented by features like Multi-Terrain Select off-road drive modes, Crawl Control, hill-descent control driver aids, a Multi-Terrain Monitor camera system, and height-adjustable suspension. With the U.S.-spec Land Cruiser shrinking in size and cost, the Lexus LX now stands as the definitive flagship among Toyota and Lexus's off-road offerings.

What sets the LX apart from Toyota models is its fusion of off-road prowess with elevated luxury and a sophisticated infotainment system. This system features a dual-screen layout, with a 12.3-inch upper screen and a 7.0-inch lower screen. Additionally, it comes with standard wireless connectivity for both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, enhancing the overall tech experience.

Under the hood, the sole powertrain option remains a robust 3.4-liter twin-turbo V-6 engine, generating 409 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. This powerplant is coupled with a 10-speed automatic transmission and a standard four-wheel-drive system that includes a low-range mode.

The pricing for the 2024 Lexus LX begins at $90,515, with an obligatory $1,350 destination charge—an increase of a mere $10 from the 2023 model. The lineup offers various trim levels, including the base model (unnamed), Premium ($98,465), F Sport Handling ($104,725), Luxury ($106,465), and Ultra Luxury ($130,605). Enthusiasts can anticipate the arrival of the 2024 Lexus LX at dealerships before the year concludes.

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