The first electric vehicle from Lexus (and Toyota) will be offered from 49,900 euros (excluding bonus of 3,000 euros until the end of the year and 2,000 euros in 2021). At this price, the Lexus UX 300e, a 4.50 m compact SUV, has very complete standard equipment, including electrically adjustable front seats and steering wheel, an interface compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay and rims 17-inch specific aerodynamic alloy.
In its luxury version (54,990 euros), it benefits from leather upholstery, heated front seats, rear seats and steering wheel, and intelligent parking sensors. Finally, in its Executive version (61,990 euros), it receives a Mark Levinson audio system with 13 speakers, a sunroof, an electrically opening tailgate, triple-lens LED headlamps with adaptive high beams, alloy rims 18 inch.
With a 150 kW (204 hp) engine and a 54.3 kWh battery offering a range of 315 km (WLTP), the UX 300e is expected to account for 15% of the model's sales mix in Europe, with large differences per country, from 90% of the mix in Norway to less than 5% in the least mature countries in electricity.
Launched in the second quarter of 2019, the UX, only offered as a hybrid engine, conquered, with 20,493 units sold in Europe last year, 5% of its segment, more than double the market share of Lexus on the market. premium (2.3%). Its entry-level model, the UX 250h, starts at 36,990 euros. Its Luxe version is offered at 41,990 euros, or 13,000 euros less than the electric Luxury version (11,000 less with the bonus of 2,000 euros).