The much-anticipated 2024 Lexus GX has been generating excitement with its captivating new design, extensive color and trim options, and enhanced off-road capabilities. Now, the veil has been lifted on its pricing details. The GX550, the base model, kicks off at $64,250 and escalates to $81,250 for the top-tier Luxury+ variant, marking a notable increase from its predecessor.
Termed the Premium, the entry-level model boasts a robust 379-hp twin-turbo 3.4-liter V-6 engine paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission and four-wheel drive—standard features across all GX550s. The V-6 achieves an EPA highway fuel efficiency rating of 21 mpg, a 2 mpg improvement over the previous V-8. Lexus hints at a forthcoming hybrid version, although specific details remain undisclosed at this time.
The Premium+ trim, priced at $69,250, offers additional equipment, while the more opulent Luxury and Luxury+ trims commence at $77,250 and $81,250, respectively. Notably, the Overtrail variant, designed with off-road enthusiasts in mind, starts at $69,250.
This model introduces an enhanced Overtrail+ configuration at $77,250, roughly comparable to the Luxury variant of the GX550. Unlike the Premium and Luxury trims, which come standard with a third-row seat and provide a choice between second-row captain’s chairs or a bench, the Overtrail is a two-row model with a second-row bench, accommodating five passengers.
Option pricing details are pending release from Lexus, but standalone extras will include a 21-speaker Mark Levinson audio system, a digital key, a cooler box, a head-up display, and various driver-assist features. Anticipate the initial arrivals of the 2024 GX at U.S. dealerships in early 2024. Although Lexus has an online pre-order guide available, the build-your-own tool is yet to go live.