Lexus 2023 EV Review


The lexus ev 2023 isn’t perfect but its classy interior and eye-catching exterior make it more than competitive. A hefty list of standard features and the flexibility offered by its heads-up display adds to its appeal, but limited battery range and driving experience quirks hinder it from competing with rivals like the Tesla Model Y and Cadillac Lyriq.

Lexus jumped into the electric vehicle game late, but it’s a brand with a proven track record of luxury and comfort. So it was expected to put a premium on the driving experience with its first full-electric SUV, the 2023 RZ EV.

It’s based on Toyota’s e-TNGA platform and slots neatly between the gas NX and RX SUVs in terms of size. The RZ EV uses the same four-wheel drive system as the bZ4X and Subaru twins, with the addition of an electric motor to generate additional power.

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A new suspension tuning for a more comfortable ride is key to the RZ EV’s handling stability. Its Frequency Reactive Dampers alter their dampening force on the extension stroke in response to road surface frequency input, balancing the ride and steering feel.

The RZ EV rides smoothly over the roughest of road surfaces and suppresses outside noise from entering the cabin. Front-row occupants enjoy a snug, supportive NuLuxe seat that has the added bonus of a radiant knee heater to keep them warm in cold weather.

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