One of the twonew Geneva-bound vehicles is the Lexus RX F-Sport , joining the face-lifted 2013 Lexus RX in the Japanese automaker’s booth in Geneva. The former appears to carry a lot of Lexus’ new design language and, in particular, the new spindle grille looks pretty aggressive and menacing. These features provide more evidence of an aggressive new look for the high-performance crossover that’s a far departure from the more subdued versions of the past. In addition to the spindle grille, the RX F-Sport also comes with a new front lip spoiler, new fog lamps, new LED daytime running lights, and plenty of F-Sport accessories to match everything else the crossover has.
That’s about all we can decipher from the leaked brochure images of the Lexus RX. Powertrain information is still being kept under wraps, although we wouldn’t be surprised if Lexus decided to carry over the same engine configuration from its other new models to the RX F-Sport . You think the new GS 350’s gasoline-electric engine with 338-horsepower will fit in nicely under the hood of the RX F-Sport?