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Lexus’ New Crossover to Break Cover  in March
Lexus’ New Crossover to Break Cover  in March

Lexus’ New Crossover to Break Cover in March

Lexus’ New Crossover to Break Cover in March

Lexus will pull the covers off of the production version of its UX small crossover, a compact SUV designed to take on the BMW X2, Jaguar E-Pace, and Mercedes-Benz GLA, during the Geneva auto show in the beginning of March. The car’s taillight signature was shown off in a teaser image February 20, and hinted at a toned-down version of the wild, futuristic-looking concept UX of 2016, Driving.ca reported. The new crossover will reportedly be based on the Toyota C-HR and slot in below its sibling Lexus NX in terms of price and size. It’s also rumored to possibly replace the now-discontinued CT200h hatchback. Speculation is the production UX will wear an exaggerated spindle-grille as hinted at on more-current Lexus concept cars.

 

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