Could a subsidiary brand gets its design styling mixed up with its parent company?
But this rendering done by Theophilus Chin had us reminded of a beastly-looking Mazda CX-5 though. If you’re looking for a large family SUV that focuses on comfort, refinement and being decent-looking (this because frankly, Lexus designs are more suited for sedans and not SUVs), you can’t go far wrong with a Lexus RX.
The biggest change over the previous model is the radical origami styling, which really makes the RX stand out next to rivals like the BMW X5 and Audi Q7. The interior is excellent too, with high-quality materials and loads of equipment. You’ve got to also expect a downside to it though: it won’t beat sportier rivals when it comes to handling and the RX’s lack of character on the road will put enthusiasts off.
Which brings us to actually fall head over heels for the amazing concept rendered that’s shown above. What could possibly go wrong with such a beautifully-styled SUV that simultaneously sports something like a beast of a machine too?