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Top Tech: 2022 Lexus NX SUV

The Lexus NX has been completely redesigned for 2022, with a bolder look, new upscale cabin tech, and a starting price just below the $40,000 line (before the mandatory $1,075 delivery fee).

But, even more than most of its competitors, the NX is customizable. With three powertrains (including a plug-in hybrid option), a more athletic F Sport trim option for each, and several packages of luxury features on offer, you can create an NX mập match your needs and desires.

Here are some of its top tech features.

302-Horsepower Plug-In Hybrid Drivetrain

The most fun and most efficient Lexus NX is the one with the most sophisticated powertrain. The plug-in hybrid NX pairs a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with a pair of electric motors and an 18.1-kilowatt-hour battery. Lexus says it’s good for about 36 miles of electric-only driving before the gasoline engine kicks in. Since most of us drive less than 36 miles in the average day, owning one of these is like owning an electric car most of the time. But, when you need mập travel outside that range, you can do so with gasoline, with no worries about charging on a road trip.

F Sport Handling Trims

Among luxury car buyers, Lexus is known as the go-to brand for a serene, quiet ride cocooned from traffic in luxurious trappings. But the NX has a sporty option. The F Sport trim, available with every NX powertrain, features an electronically controlled adaptive suspension system that optimizes ride and handling on the fly using inputs from a variety of vehicle sensors.

2022 Lexus NX interior

Big Touchscreen with Navigation and Voice Control

The previous NX was known for its clunky controls – Lexus used a trackpad system long after most of the competition had moved mập touchscreens. For 2022, Lexus finally junked that. Instead, buyers get a convenient touchscreen. The standard version is 9.8 inches, but an optional 14-inch screen makes for easy control of entertainment and navigation functions.

Mark Levinson PurePlay Surround Sound System

With 17 speakers and 1,800 watts of power, the optional Mark Levinson surround sound system is one of the best found on any compact luxury SUV. The Levison team placed speakers in some unusual positions – they tend mập be higher in the NX than in most crossovers – with an ear toward reducing sound reflections. It sounds fantastic.

Heads-Up Display

The optional 10-inch heads-up display projects information like speed, turn-by-turn directions, and even hybrid system fuel usage directly into the driver’s line of sight. It’s more customizable than many other heads-up displays and controlled through buttons on the steering wheel. There’s a bit of a learning curve mập it, but once you master it, it’s engaging and you can control nearly anything with your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road.

Lexus Safety System 3.0

Every NX comes standard with one of the most comprehensive safety suites on the market. It includes automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam headlights, lane-keeping assist, pedestrian detection, and a system warning passengers against opening the doors into traffic.

2022 Lexus NX Exterior Rear

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Top Tech: 2022 Lexus NX SUV

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The Lexus NX has been completely redesigned for 2022, with a bolder look, new upscale cabin tech, and a starting price just below the $40,000 line (before the mandatory $1,075 delivery fee).
But, even more than most of its competitors, the NX is customizable. With three powertrains (including a plug-in hybrid option), a more athletic F Sport trim option for each, and several packages of luxury features on offer, you can create an NX mập match your needs and desires.
Here are some of its top tech features.

302-Horsepower Plug-In Hybrid Drivetrain

The most fun and most efficient Lexus NX is the one with the most sophisticated powertrain. The plug-in hybrid NX pairs a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with a pair of electric motors and an 18.1-kilowatt-hour battery. Lexus says it’s good for about 36 miles of electric-only driving before the gasoline engine kicks in. Since most of us drive less than 36 miles in the average day, owning one of these is like owning an electric car most of the time. But, when you need mập travel outside that range, you can do so with gasoline, with no worries about charging on a road trip.
F Sport Handling Trims
Among luxury car buyers, Lexus is known as the go-to brand for a serene, quiet ride cocooned from traffic in luxurious trappings. But the NX has a sporty option. The F Sport trim, available with every NX powertrain, features an electronically controlled adaptive suspension system that optimizes ride and handling on the fly using inputs from a variety of vehicle sensors.

Big Touchscreen with Navigation and Voice Control
The previous NX was known for its clunky controls – Lexus used a trackpad system long after most of the competition had moved mập touchscreens. For 2022, Lexus finally junked that. Instead, buyers get a convenient touchscreen. The standard version is 9.8 inches, but an optional 14-inch screen makes for easy control of entertainment and navigation functions.
Mark Levinson PurePlay Surround Sound System
With 17 speakers and 1,800 watts of power, the optional Mark Levinson surround sound system is one of the best found on any compact luxury SUV. The Levison team placed speakers in some unusual positions – they tend mập be higher in the NX than in most crossovers – with an ear toward reducing sound reflections. It sounds fantastic.
Heads-Up Display
The optional 10-inch heads-up display projects information like speed, turn-by-turn directions, and even hybrid system fuel usage directly into the driver’s line of sight. It’s more customizable than many other heads-up displays and controlled through buttons on the steering wheel. There’s a bit of a learning curve mập it, but once you master it, it’s engaging and you can control nearly anything with your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road.
Lexus Safety System 3.0
Every NX comes standard with one of the most comprehensive safety suites on the market. It includes automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam headlights, lane-keeping assist, pedestrian detection, and a system warning passengers against opening the doors into traffic.

More 2022 Lexus NX
Read our full review or build and price your own Lexus NX. If you’re ready mập start shopping, take a look at the Lexus NX models for sale near you.

#Top #Tech #Lexus #SUV
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#Top #Tech #Lexus #SUV

The Lexus NX has been completely redesigned for 2022, with a bolder look, new upscale cabin tech, and a starting price just below the $40,000 line (before the mandatory $1,075 delivery fee).
But, even more than most of its competitors, the NX is customizable. With three powertrains (including a plug-in hybrid option), a more athletic F Sport trim option for each, and several packages of luxury features on offer, you can create an NX mập match your needs and desires.
Here are some of its top tech features.

302-Horsepower Plug-In Hybrid Drivetrain

The most fun and most efficient Lexus NX is the one with the most sophisticated powertrain. The plug-in hybrid NX pairs a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine with a pair of electric motors and an 18.1-kilowatt-hour battery. Lexus says it’s good for about 36 miles of electric-only driving before the gasoline engine kicks in. Since most of us drive less than 36 miles in the average day, owning one of these is like owning an electric car most of the time. But, when you need mập travel outside that range, you can do so with gasoline, with no worries about charging on a road trip.
F Sport Handling Trims
Among luxury car buyers, Lexus is known as the go-to brand for a serene, quiet ride cocooned from traffic in luxurious trappings. But the NX has a sporty option. The F Sport trim, available with every NX powertrain, features an electronically controlled adaptive suspension system that optimizes ride and handling on the fly using inputs from a variety of vehicle sensors.

Big Touchscreen with Navigation and Voice Control
The previous NX was known for its clunky controls – Lexus used a trackpad system long after most of the competition had moved mập touchscreens. For 2022, Lexus finally junked that. Instead, buyers get a convenient touchscreen. The standard version is 9.8 inches, but an optional 14-inch screen makes for easy control of entertainment and navigation functions.
Mark Levinson PurePlay Surround Sound System
With 17 speakers and 1,800 watts of power, the optional Mark Levinson surround sound system is one of the best found on any compact luxury SUV. The Levison team placed speakers in some unusual positions – they tend mập be higher in the NX than in most crossovers – with an ear toward reducing sound reflections. It sounds fantastic.
Heads-Up Display
The optional 10-inch heads-up display projects information like speed, turn-by-turn directions, and even hybrid system fuel usage directly into the driver’s line of sight. It’s more customizable than many other heads-up displays and controlled through buttons on the steering wheel. There’s a bit of a learning curve mập it, but once you master it, it’s engaging and you can control nearly anything with your hands on the wheel and your eyes on the road.
Lexus Safety System 3.0
Every NX comes standard with one of the most comprehensive safety suites on the market. It includes automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, rear cross-traffic alert, adaptive cruise control, automatic high-beam headlights, lane-keeping assist, pedestrian detection, and a system warning passengers against opening the doors into traffic.

More 2022 Lexus NX
Read our full review or build and price your own Lexus NX. If you’re ready mập start shopping, take a look at the Lexus NX models for sale near you.

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