After many years without having a true, competitive three-row SUV, Lexus has finally unveiled the All-new 2024 Lexus TX, the brand’s first dedicated three-row. Based off the all-new Toyota Grand Highlander, which we have already tested, there is tons of potential for this new model! This article will cover the detailed specs of this new model. For an in depth review on the design of the TX, please watch our review at the bottom of the article!

 What’s New for 2024?

  • All-new Design Using New Lexus Design Language
  • Increased space among the Lexus Line-up
  • Upgraded Technology
  • New Powertrain Line-up

    Trims and Pricing

    Pricing Information will be Released Later in 2023. However, we estimate the price will range from $55,000 – $75,000.




    F-Sport Performance

    When it comes to availability, the 350 and 500h models will be on sale this Fall. The 550h+ will follow at later date.

    Design and Features

    The All-New 2024 Lexus TX definitely looks like a Lexus; however, it uses some new design elements that are not widely seen throughout the line-up. The TX has a new “Unified” Spindle Grille that is body color, as compared to a contrasting black on other Lexus vehicles. Of course, the rear will be a complete change from the RX, introducing a boxy design that finally has third row utility. As for the interior, there is less of a radical departure from the standard Lexus affair. The biggest difference will be the increased amount of storage throughout. For a full design breakdown, watch the video at the end of this article!

    As for the features, we are not sure the full trim breakdown of all of the features, but here is a breakdown of what we do know will be on the 2024 Lexus TX:




    LED Headlights



    20-22-inch alloys depending on trim


    Unknown Specs at this time, expect them to be well-equipped!

    LED Taillights

    Full-Length LED standard

    Forward Emergency Braking

    Standard on all TX models with Lexus Safety Sense 3.0

    Lane Keep Assist

    Auto High Beams

    Adaptive Cruise Control

    Lane Trace Assist

    Road Sign Detection

    Traffic Jam Assist (Hands-free under 25 MPH)



    The interior will be a comfortable place to be like every other Lexus product.



    Smart Entry


    Interior Color Options

    Black, Peppercorn, or Birch

    Push Button Start


    Gauge Cluster

    Most Likely 8-inch Display Standard | Available 12.3-inch full digital

    Head-up Display


    Wireless Charging


    360 Degree Camera


    Climate Controls

    Should be 3-Zone Automatic Standard

    Audio System

    Unsure of Standard Setup | Available 21-Speaker Mark Levinson Audio

    Interior Display

    14-inch Touchscreen standard with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay

    Panoramic Moonroof



    The Rear seats are where you will see the most changes from the Lexus RX.


    Rear Amenities

    Seat Configuration

    7-seats with Captain’s Chairs or 8-seats with Bench

    Rear Vents and USB Ports


    Heated Rear Seats


    Ventilated Rear Seats



    Hands-free Power Standard


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

    Lexus TX Front

    What’s Under the Hood?

    Surprisingly, Lexus has introduced a slightly different Powertrain line-up as compared to its platform-mate: the all-new Toyota Grand Highlander. The specs are as follows:

    • TX 350 (Traditional Gas):
    • 2.4L Turbo I-4
    • 275 hp and 317 lb.ft
    • FWD or AWD
    • 8-speed automatic
    • TX 500h (Performance Hybrid):
    • 2.4L Turbo-4 w/ front electric motor and rear e-axle
    • 366 hp | 409 lb ft of torque
    • Same design system as the Lexus RX 500h Performance
    • Direct-4 AWD only
    • 6-speed automatic
    • TX 550h+ (Plug-in Hybrid):
    • New, Lexus-exclusive
    • 3.5L V-6 + electric
    • 406 hp total system 
    • Direct-4 AWD
    • EV Range: est 33 miles
    • eCVT

    As expected, fuel economy has not yet been rated by the EPA, but here are the Lexus estimates we were provided with:

    • 350: 21 MPG
    • 500h: 24 MPG
    • 550h+: 30 MPG

    We also learned that the TX 500 F-Sport will come with a rear-steering system for increased maneuverability.

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