Based on the Toyota Yaris Cross, it should bring a premium badge within reach of more customers. But this could be set to change following a report from the Chinese website Autohome, which announced that an even smaller Lexus crossover called the BX could be in the cards. It'll likely push the boundaries of how far entry-level a Lexus can go - and without stealing sales from similarly sized Toyota products. The report states that the BX could see a potential release in Expectations are that it will feature styling cues from the bigger UX, but it won't be as tall as the Toyota Yaris Cross for improved driving dynamics. It will also make use of Toyota's GA-B platform. The BX could, therefore, be powered by the Yaris Cross' hybrid powertrain, which sees a 1.
Not long after the Toyota Yaris Cross was unveiled, reports have surfaced that Lexus will launch a new entry-level crossover of its own using the same underpinnings. The current Lexus range kicks off with the subcompact UX but it is claimed the Yaris Cross-based model will be even smaller and could be dubbed the BX. While it seems highly unlikely it will be sold in North America, key markets across Europe and Asia are likely candidates to get it. This engine will be coupled to a CVT driving the front wheels. Autohome speculates that an F Sport branded model could be launched and that it could benefit from a small bump in power while also getting all-wheel drive. Powertrain aside, the BX will be distinguished from its Toyota cousin with a completely different exterior design. It is also possible there will be some more chrome accents and that the BX may sit slightly lower to the road than the Yaris Cross to give it a sportier appearance. The three-row version of the next-generation Grand Cherokee has been delayed until the first quarter of Skip to content. August 3, at pm.
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