I think its just the angle of the picture... But yea i agree it is really cool, do you know if production cars have a similar distinction?that really cool, helps to set the tone for the interior.
even the center console trim is slightly different
I was talking about the back lighting. Will the NX Turbo and NXh differ in backlighting, are there any lexus cars we can use to confirm this?That can't be anything like what the production interior will be. And I don't want the production interior to be like that either. looks confusing and hard to manage. I'm anticipating a nice Lexus interior that is more in line with what the brand normally does.
i agree, it looks like the vertical slots are HVAC controls and the screen is a simple touch screen....Doesn't look confusing to me, if anything it's very simple and easy to understand can't be that hard to navigate a screen.
Likely.hmmm this is just speculation
it could just be different options.
because the rest of the interior looks exactly the same.
Plus these are classic lexus concept interiors
the actual NX interior will probably look similar to the rest of the actual production lexus interiors.
well said.if anyone knows anything about Lexus concepts..
its taht you shouldn't believe any of it lol
they are design exercises to give you a hint of the exterior design shapes and language
usually the interiors are wild and dont really look close to production
It's even worse that some minivans are like this.Yea that is exclusive to the RX. They put it there to avoid getting in the way of the cupholder and arm rest.
Considering you don't often shift in the RX I guess its not a terrible idea
Lexus is all about automatic anyways.
They show no interest in DCT or having to shift
yea i tried but most of the pictures dont have the ambient lights on, they're all day time shots. I thought someone here might have first hand experience...just look at the RX hybrid vs gas. ES hybrid vs gas. GS hybrid vs gas.