For 2022, Lexus underwent a complete makeover of its flagship LX SUV, giving it a modernized platform, an improved interior, and a twin-turbocharged engine.

The new model will get by with a 409-hp a dual V-6 engine in place of the robust V-8 that powered the previous iteration.

After a 13-year lifespan, the previous version, the 2022 LX600 is completely redesigned. Delivery is anticipated to start in early 2022.

The mid-range Luxury trim, which adds features like semi-aniline leather upholstery and a Mark Levinson sound system, is what we believe to be the greatest bargain here.

A a dual 3.4-liter V-6 engine with 409 hp and 479 lb of torque powers the LX600.A a dual 3.4-liter V-6 engine with 409 hp and 479 lb of torque powers the LX600.

The LX600 produced a 6.1-second zero-to-60-mph performance during our tests, which will be more than adequate for the majority of drivers.

Although the EPA gave the LX600 fuel economy estimates of 17 mpg in the city and 22 mpg on the interstate, we haven't had the chance to put it on our 75 mph highway fuel efficiency route.

A spacious cup holder between the rear seats and a sophisticated, opulent interior design give the new LX a snug cockpit feel.

The LX has a rising appearance and an opulent atmosphere thanks to its quilted leather seating, cowhide console, wooden trim, and smoked-chrome highlights.

The best-spec Only the four-seat Ultra Luxury variant is available, with two pilot's chairs in the back that are split by a center console.

Additionally, there are displays for rear-seat entertainment, wireless phone charging, and chairs with increased comfort.

Both Iphone CarPlay and Android are believed to be standard features, and wireless connectivity may even be available.

There will be wireless charging available, and according to Lexus, audiophiles can enhance the audio to a 25-speaker Roger Levinson surround-sound system.