2007 New York auto show: Lexus LX 570 Video
2007 New York auto show: Lexus LX 570 Video Transcript
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>> The Lexus LX470, they're big, boxy SUV, has been around a long time. Too long. So here's the redo. The LX570. As you can tell, there's a bigger engine. Five point 7 liter V8, 381 horsepower, that's over 100 horsepower better than the last ride. And a nice 400 foot pounds of torque. It has crawl control and multi terrain ABS among its off road credentials. Yeah, like you'd take this thing canyon romping. Look for a blind corner monitor technology which will show the blind spots on the nav screen with the press of a button. Mark Levinson audio of course and a rear seat entertainment system a big nine inch screen also caught our eye. ^M00:00:49 [ Music ]
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