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Lexus UX (2019–)

Last updated 21 March 2019

Hybrid only and is smaller than Lexus NX. Powered by new 180PS 2.0 litre hybrid system.
2019 car.
Updated 7 January 2019
Further Lexus UC250h announcement.

The all-new Lexus UX 250h achieves class-leading fuel efficiency and emissions levels, with none of the inhibitions of plug-in charging or range limitations. It can deliver significant cost of ownership...

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World debut of Lexus UX hybrid at Geneva Motor Show in March 2018. On sale from 2019.

Built on Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform. Comes in under Lexus NX. Has new 180PS 2.0 litre hybrid drivetrain shared with 2019 Toyota Auris and Toyota RAV-4 from late 2018.

Features four of the five new TGNA technologies announced 6-3-2018:

New Direct Shift CVT with launch gear.

2.0 litre 180PS Dynamic Force engine.

New hybrid electric system.

New E-Four Dynamic Torque Vectoring AWD system with AWD Integrated Management.

Where TNGA-based powertrains are concerned, Toyota has already announced plans to introduce 17 versions of nine engines, 10 versions of four transmissions and 10 versions of six hybrid systems by the end of 2021. The new CVT, six-speed manual transmission, 2.0-litre petrol engine and 2.0-litre hybrid electric system are four of the planned components.

Within the next five years, to the end of 2023, Toyota aims to have TNGA powertrain units installed in approximately 80 per cent of the Toyota and Lexus brand vehicles sold each year in Europe, Japan, the USA and China. It forecasts that these units alone will improve fuel efficiency sufficiently to reduce the CO2 emissions from Toyota vehicles by more than 18 per cent.

Lexus UX250h 2019 Road Test

List Price from £29,905
Contract hire from £264.77 per month

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