If you’re going to succeed in today’s competitive luxury SUV segment, you have to leverage the latest technology. And not just in-car tech, or connected tech, or chassis tech, or drivetrain tech. You need all four working in harmony if you plan to grow, or even maintain, market share. The all-new 2022 Lexus NX did its best to maximize each of these technology disciplines during the SUV’s redesign. That’s good, because the Lexus NX is already the best-selling vehicle in the entry-luxury SUV segment, and the second-best selling vehicle in Lexus’ model line. It has much further to fall than rise if this redesign falls short.
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