Since the announcement of the all-new three-row Lexus TX, there has been an immense amount of anticipation for this very important Lexus product! Now that we’ve driven it, does it live up to all the hype? This article is an in-depth dive into this 2024 model. Be sure to watch the videos below for a detailed visual look!

What’s New for 2024?

  • All New Model for Lexus Brand
  • Updated Lexus Design Cues
  • Multiple Powertrain Options

Trims and Pricing


TX 350: $55,050

  • Premium: $58,450
  • Luxury: $60,950

TX 500h:

  • Premium: $69,350
  • Luxury: $72,650

TX 550h+:


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The Lexus TX 350 and 500h are on sale now, with the 550h+ to follow some time next year.

Slam Dunk and Air Ball

Slam Dunk: The TX finally delivers on a usable and spacious third row for Lexus

Air Ball: The cabin materials are lacking as compared to competitors

Design and Features

As mentioned above, please watch the videos linked below for a full in-depth exploration of the exterior design and differences. The TX borrows the new Unified Spindle grille from the new RX and makes things even bolder. While the body color grille may not be for everyone, it can be muted by opting for a darker exterior color.

Here is the full breakdown of what we currently know about the feature availability:




LED Headlights


LED Fog Lamps

Not Available


20-22-inch alloys depending on trim


Standard heated, BSM, Power folding

LED Taillights

Standard LED

Exposed Exhaust

Not Available on Any model

Towing Capacity

5,000 lbs

Forward Emergency Braking

Standard on all TX Models

Auto High Beams

Adaptive Cruise Control

Lane Keep Assist

Traffic Jam Assist and Smart Parking



When it comes to the Interior, the TX will also be well-equipped on all trims.


Digital Key


Smart Entry


Seat Materials

Nu-Luxe Leatherette, Real Leather, or Semi-Aniline Leather

Seat Adjustment

Standard: 10-way power | Luxury: 4-way lumbar and thigh extension | Memory: Premium+

Push Button Start


Gauge Cluster

Standard: 7-in Display | Optional on 350, Standard on 500 models: 12.3-in full digital display

Head-up Display

Optional on Luxury Models

Steering Wheel

Heating Standard on Luxury

Wireless Charging


360 Degree Camera

Optional on all trims

Ambient Lighting

350 Luxury+

3-Zone Climate Controls


Seat Climate

Heated Seats: Standard | Ventilated Seats: Premium+

Audio System

Standard: 12-Speakers | Optional: 21-speaker Mark Levinson PurePlay Audio


Standard: 14-inch display with Wireless CarPlay and Android Auto | Navigation Optional

Rearview Mirror

Standard: Auto-dimming | Optional: Camera Mirror


Standard on all but 350 Base and 550h+


The rear of the TX is also well-equipped, making it the best in the entire Lexus lineup.

Rear Amenities

Captain’s Chairs (6 Seats)

Standard on the 500 models, optional on 350 | Adds Removable Center Console

Heated and Ventilated Rear Seats

Heating: 350 Luxury+ | Ventilation: 550h+ only

Power Folding Third Row



Hands-Free Power


For in depth details on the 2024 TX, watch our full first look review linked at the bottom of this article.

TX 500 Front

What’s Under the Hood?

The 2024 Lexus TX brings some familiar options from the Toyota/Lexus portfolio, but does add one new one for this model:

  • TX350 (Traditional Gas):
  • 2.4L Turbo I-4
  • 275 hp and 317 lb.ft
  • FWD or AWD
  • 0-60: 7.8s (AWD)
  • 8-speed automatic


  • TX 500h (Performance Hybrid):
  • 2.4L Turbo-4 w/ front electric motor and rear e-axle
  • 366 hp | 406 lb ft of torque
  • Same design system as the Lexus RX 500h Performance
  • Direct-4 AWD only
  • 0-60: 6.1s
  • 6-speed automatic


  • TX 550h+ (Plug-in Hybrid):
  • New, Lexus-exclusive
  • 3.5L V-6 + [??] kWh Li-Ion battery, 2 electric motors
  • 404 hp total system
  • Direct-4 AWD
  • 0-60: 5.9s (fastest TX)
  • EV Range: 33 miles
  • eCVT


As for the driving dynamics, all models will have Active Noise Cancelation. The Sportier 500h model will add Dynamic Rear Steering, Adaptive Suspension, and Sport Tuned Suspension. The fuel economy for each model is as currently listed below:

350 FWD: 21/27/23 MPG

350 AWD: 20/26/23 MPG

500h AWD: 27/28/27 MPG

550h+: 29/28/29 MPG

We hope you have found this overview of the 2024 Lexus TX helpful! For a more detailed first look of the TX, please watch our videos below! What do you think of the 2024 Lexus TX? Let us know in the comments!