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Lexus TX
It has been several years since Lexus unveiled the HPX seven-seat car-based crossover concept at the 2003 New York auto show — and we’ll wait at few more years to see a production version on public roads when it arrives in late 2016 or early 2017. Toyota has applied for a trademark for the TX nameplate. Toyota is secretive about whether the TX would use the RX-Avalon front-wheel-drive architecture for packaging benefits or use the IS/GS rear-wheel-drive architecture for a sportier feel.
 
Segment: Premium CUVPowertrain: Conventional (gasoline)
Release Year: 2016New Product Category: New
Drive: NA