The production version of the Lexus NX, which will be on show in Beijing on 20 April, has officially been revealed.
As is clear from the picture above, the vehicle stays fairly close to the concept version, and has retained that prominent (and controversial) grille. The headlights have also retained their small and narrow shape.
Tyre options are a tad more practical now, with 17-inch wheels on the standard model, and 18-inch ones on the F Sport model.
Three engine options will be available. The first is a natrually-aspirated two-litre version, while the second is a two-litre turbo mill. The last version, the NX 300h, is a hybrid model.
The interior is predictably plush and upmarket, with lots of shiny metal and soft-touch materials inside. It also has a heads-up display and a comprehensive information screen.