Lexus' first 100% electric vehicle, the UX 300e compact SUV unveils its prices. It will take between 49,990 and 61,990 € (excluding ecological bonus) to afford one.
Since its launch last year, the Lexus UX has become the brand's best-selling model in Europe, selling around 30,000 units.
Already a hybrid, the compact SUV is taking advantage of 2020 to become fully electrified and thus become the first 100% electric model of the Japanese manufacturer. The latter has also just unveiled the range and prices of the UX 300e.
From 49.990 €
And the least we can say is that it is not cheap. Offered from € 49,990 (excluding ecological bonus) in Pack finish, it compensates with a good standard endowment. Among the equipment offered in addition to those usual for the hybrid version, we find in particular seats and an electric steering wheel, the Android Auto interface and Apple CarPlay, the Lexus Safety System + including among others the adaptive cruise control, Lane assist or even the pre-collision system.
The second Luxe finish requires a check for € 54,990. At this price, the UX 300e is enriched with leather upholstery, heated front seats, rear bench and steering wheel, as well as intelligent parking sensors.
Finally, the top of the Executive range (€ 61,990) adds the Mark Levinson audio system, the electric tailgate, the sunroof, LED headlamps with adaptive high beams. Note that the only option available is metallic paint (€ 1,000) but it is standard on Executive.
As a reminder, the UX 300e has a power of 204 horsepower and a 54 kWh battery claiming a range of 305 to 315 km depending on the options.