• Oct 24th 2008 at 7:07PM
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Click the photo for a high-res gallery of the LF-Xh concept

Lexus is set to bring its 2010 RX-series of crossover utility vehicles to the LA Auto Show, including an updated hybrid model. Details are scarce, but there may be a clue or two we can glean from the LF-Xh concept that was shown back in late 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show. Recent spy shots indicate that the new 'ute won't differ all that much styling-wise from the current model, so don't expect anything as radical as the LF-Xh concept, but we'd expect to see the lines smoothed out even more than they currently are. The hybrid system is likely to be at least mildly revamped and could possibly get an EV mode akin to the one that its Highlander hybrid sibling got when it was redesigned and introduced at the Chicago Auto Show. We'll be in LA to bring you the goods live.



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      I hope this is not the final version.

      This is a pedestrian-killer monstrum like the Audi Q7. The current model is much more friendly.
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