Lexus NX 450h+ 2022 review walkaround | plug-in hybrid rival to X3, GLC and Q5 | Chasing Cars

The new Lexus NX 450h+ plug-in hybrid SUV has been confirmed for Australian release in 2022.
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Lexus has confirmed that the NX 450h+ will come to Australia in Q1 2022, sitting at the top of the second-generation NX lineup. With a 2.5-litre petrol engine, three electric motors and an 18kWh battery pack, the NX 450h+ PHEV makes 227kW of power (304 hp) and should be a fascinating challenger to other warm luxury SUVs while offering about 75km of electric range when you want it.

In today’s episode, Tom gives us a walkaround review of the 2022 NX 450h+ F Sport seen in Sonic Chrome over F Sport white/black leather interior.

The Lexus NX is a rival to the Audi Q5, BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC, Land Rover Discovery Sport and Volvo XC60.

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Time codes:
0:00 – Lexus electric portfolio strategy
1:05 – NX 450h+ confirmed for Australian release
1:38 – Why a plug-in hybrid might make sense
2:03 – What is the Lexus NX 450h+?
3:23 – Power, battery size, range details
6:55 – Design and boot space
8:54 – Interior in F Sport white
12:15 – Back seats
13:30 – Where to from here?


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