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Lexus NX300h hybrid electric vehicle enters India

Lexus NX300h hybrid electric vehicle
Akitoshi Takemura, President, Lexus India and Arun Nair, Vice-President, Lexus India at the launch of Lexus’ new hybrid electric vehicle – the NX 300h in Mumbai
The Lexus NX300h hybrid electric vehicle is set to grace Indian roads, strengthening the car maker’s product range in India.

Lexus brand entered the Indian market in March 2017. The new hybrid electric vehicle will be available in India in two variants – the F Sport and Luxury models, catering to the lifestyle needs of young influential achievers who appreciate the edgy, aggressive and the bold.

The latest hybrid offering also reinforces the brand’s commitment to environmentally conscious driving options within a vehicle that delivers agility and nimble maneuverability.

Akitoshi Takemura, President, Lexus India, said, “This premium urban sports gear delivers exceptional design and comfort and is a fashionable car that suits urban style and use. The strikingly bold design of the NX 300h is coupled with the performance of a hybrid electric vehicle that makes this a cool SUV.”

The Lexus NX300h comes with all-wheel drive and a new adaptive suspension that unleashes thrilling performance – a 2.5 litre, 4-cylinder in-line engine, which produces 145 KW max power, delivering an ARAI certified mileage of 18.32 kmpl.

The BS6 compliant NX 300h is paired innovative features like Lexus’ first kick-sensor-activated power rear door, first-in-class power-folding and power-reclining rear seats take amenities to a whole new level. The vehicle also features a 360 degree panoramic surround view monitor, which uses four high-definition cameras to simulate a top-down view of the vehicle.

Safety features include 8 airbags, ABS + vehicle stability control and an anti-theft system making the Lexus NX300h a secure ride amid all its sophistication.

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Backed by over 10 years experience with India’s top media house “The New Indian Express”, Anitha is interested in writing all aspects of automobile industry. Her qualification MSc (Industrial-Psychology) helps her to deeply analyse the auto manufacturing industry.

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