Rear Lexus Logo Will Be Replaced By Lettering In Future Models

With the 2022 NX, Lexus is introducing a new style for the rear ends of its future designs. The crossover was the initial manufacturing vehicle to shed its Lexus logo at the back as well as rather obtain vibrant “LEXUS” letters across the boot lid. It ends up, the exact same therapy will be offered to all versions. Not simply principles like the LF-30 and also LF-Z Amazed, but production versions, as well.

In a meeting with MotorTrend, Mind Bolain, Lexus’ worldwide head of marketing, confirmed the modification which can be additionally seen on the tailgate of the new LX. Going forward, all upcoming Lexus items will certainly feature the very same text at the back, replacing the typical Lexus logo. Like it or not, much better get used to it.

“We need some method to signify that modification is coming to Lexus, as well as this might look like a dumb means, however it captures your eye,” Bolain told the magazine throughout the Layout Miami fair. The adjustment Bolain is describing is the following phase in Lexus electrification strategy, which the Japanese brand name will certainly get in with its future items.

You’ll possibly be very delighted to listen to Lexus will likewise move all its existing as well as future autos to Toyota’s new infomercial system, which was established internal by the car manufacturer. Bolain told MotorTrend Lexus will try to execute it as rapidly as feasible across the schedule, which generally implies the discouraging joystick-controlled infotainment will certainly soon become background.

“There’s an extremely fast window, something like 30 months approximately, but we’re not waiting for major changes. We’re doing it quickly,” Bolain discussed. Depending on the design, the new infomercial system will be offered in dimensions from 8 to 14 inches with touchscreen functionality, Google Maps-based navigation, and also cordless Apple CarPlay and also Android Automobile connectivity. Over-the-air software updates are also in the cards.