Leaked: Could this be the all-new 2022 Lexus NX?

Photos of what appear to be the all-new, second-generation Lexus NX have surfaced onto social media sites.

According to a report by Creative311, a Facebook user has posted photos of Lexus’ upcoming luxury SUV.

Looking at the photos, it is evident that that the all-new Lexus NX is inspired by the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept, including the radical new front-end and sleek rear-end (all-new Toyota Harrier, anyone?).

The Japanese publication also mentioned that the all-new Lexus NX will be built on the TNGA-K platform, just like the all-new Toyota Harrier and RAV4.

It remains to be seen what powertrains will Lexus fit to the all-new NX, but we expect it to mirror that of the RAV4 and Harrier - which icludes a range of Dynamic Force engines, as well hybrid options.

Interestingly, back in April 2019, Toyota indirectly hinted that the next-generation Lexus NX will be assembled in Canada starting in early 2022.

To recap, the current-generation Lexus NX made its debut back in 2015, subsequently receiving its mid-life update in 2019.

The model was initially positioned as Lexus’ entry-level SUV, but that role has been taken over by the smaller Lexus UX.

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