It might be small, but Lexus has still managed to incorporate a bit of drama into the design here, with plenty of distinctive touches.
Like most Lexus models, the bold design starts up front with boomerang-style LED daytime running lights, positioned below the wedge-like bi-LED headlights that bookend the large ‘Spindle’ grille.
The side profile features some sharp styling of the sheet metal, too, with pumped-up wheel arches that house a set of smart-looking 18-inch alloy wheels with a twin-five-spoke design. The roof line tapers off slightly towards a rear highlighted by arrow-shaped LED tail lights and neatly framed exhaust pipes.
The dash is an interesting array of slightly outdated buttons and switches, most of which are positioned on a shelf which extends out from the centre console. There's also a 10.3-inch display which is operated by touchpad controller. More on this later.
A liberal dose of premium materials has been used to dress up the cabin space, with NuLux upholstery used for the seats, armrests, middle dashboard and front knee and palm rests.