Lexus LX 450d and RX 450h

Like I’d said before, these two SUVs are a far apart as they could possibly be. A quick glance in their general direction is enough to confirm this theory. While both cars have massive grilles plastered up front, its only the general shape of it that they share. The LX 450d is every bit an old-school burly SUV with squared off lines and massive panels to make it even more imposing a form. It is massive, standing more than five metres in length, and is tall as well. It does get LED treatment on its lamps and a rather menacing looking toothy grille at the front. The RX on the other hand is a proper contemporary design with its swooping roofline and stretched back headlamps. Even the grille gets a slicker mesh treatment which has far less visual bulk. Although the RX looks smaller, it isn’t exactly compact. It is a shade under the five-metre mark and weighs over two tonnes.