Wednesday, February 24, 2021

2022 Lexus NX Vs. Toyota Venza: copycats...



Yes, I can see the differences. But these 2 designs are awfully close. Especially for a company that should do its best to differentiate its luxury Brand.
The Venza would look right at home in a Lexus dealership. While the new NX does look a bit sportier and more aggressive. 

Is it really what Lexus should be after? Sportier and more aggressive?




 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is such a stretch

Anonymous said...

and both are close to the same price point...which doesn't make sense

Mayc said...

Test drove this new Venza, first thing that came into my mind is how in the hell reviewers are saying it should have been a Lexus? Sure the touch points are softer and ride is more comfy but it's what you expect from an all new model especially after a long hiatus.

FFEMT6 said...

Not seeing much resemblance there personally. That Lexus looks quite good though.

Unknown said...

This is quite the stretch lol The bumpers are completely different. The wheel arches are two different shapes. The rear quarter window is raked more aggressively in the NX. The sculpting is more pronounced on the NX. Both the headlights and taillights look completely different. The only similarity really is the fact that they're both SUVs with side mirrors attached to the door panels instead of on the window frames.

11Thirteen said...

I think is crazy is that the Toyota’s exterior looks more like Lexus old design language, but the inside of the Lexus looks more Toyota

Anonymous said...

nothing new or innovative, and rip off mazdas suvs design cues

Anonymous said...

Awfully close? Do you mean 4 doors and 4 wheels?

The NX finally looks like it was design by adults. I look at current Lexus products and immediately cringe and feel like like crap.