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The 2020 RC F Track Edition debuted today in Detroit and not only boasts enhanced performance and styling upgrades but takes the Lexus performance coupe to a level far beyond the souped-up cars seen in the “Too Fast Too Furious” franchise (thankfully). With the release of the first-ever RC F Track Edition, racing enthusiasts will be able to enjoy a high-performance car that is equally impressive on and off the track. Truly born from the asphalt up and developed with input from Lexus race teams in the Super GT and IMSA series, the RC F Track Edition boasts a 55-pound reduction in unsprung weight on the front of the car alone and 176 pound decrease from the previous RC F. Even with the fixed rear wing, the new RC F Track Edition takes the model beyond “Too Fast, Too Furious” and introduces a new breed of the street race car that even we can handle.
Lexus RC F Track Edition Details
Every RC F Track Edition is upgraded with Brembo carbon ceramic brake rotors that are lighter and better at withstanding the extreme heat cycling associated with performance driving.
19″ BBS forged alloy wheels further reduce weight and feature a design derived from the RC F GT3 race car.
Carbon Fiber everywhere! Carbon fiber pieces made on the same line that supplied the Lexus LFA can be found on the roof, hood, rear wing, behind the rear seats and as a bumper reinforcement.
Titanium Muffler and Tail Pipes – rarely seen on production cars.
RC F Track Edition has the best power-to-weight ratio among its competitors.
New electronic launch control system gives the RC F Track Edition the capability of delivering a 0-60 mph time in 3.96 seconds.
Only two colors: Ultra White and Matte Nebula Gray
Red leather interior with Alcantara seat accents and red carbon trim on the doors and dashboard give the new RC F Track Edition that extra-special touch.
This year Lexus has introduced new models and several exciting updates to the existing Lexus line up that have not only changed the look but also the feature placement and go-to “tells” for determining a specific package level. For anyone that doesn’t have the opportunity to look at these gorgeous new cars every day, you may find it difficult to tell the difference between builds and options with only a quick look or glance at a picture online. As always, the team at Lexus Dominion is here to help so we’ve put together several comprehensive info-graphics on some of our most popular new Lexus that highlight the differences. Learn how to tell the difference and find your favorite feature on the 2019 UX, ES, NX, and GX here.
What’s the Difference: Lexus UX
The Lexus UX is the newest addition to the Lexus model line-up and as we better acquainted with the super cute, versatile Lexus crossover SUV, we’ve picked up on a few quick ways to determine the package level.
Standard/Premium UX vs. UX F SPORT
This one will be easy for those familiar with the newer Lexus and the F SPORT models, but here you go.
The 2019 UX is bold and both the standard/premium UX and the F SPORT models offer dramatic lines, incredible lighting, and impressive wheels but how can you know for certain that you’re looking at the standard UX or the F SPORT model? Here’s what to look out for:
The grille and LED cornering lights on the F SPORT UX
Exclusive F SPORT exterior badging
F SPORT 18-inch split-five-spoke alloy wheels
Standard or Premium Package UX
Since the new UX is really built only a handful of ways, when you’re looking inside a non-F-Sport UX 200, you’ll be able to determine if that UX is the basic model with Blind Spot Monitor that lists for $34,903 or the Premium UX 200 with Heated and Ventilated Seats, Premium Package, Heated Steering Wheel and Park Assist that lists for $37,143 by looking out for a few key details.
Other key features and characteristics on the Lexus UX include the new Birch and Birch/Lapis interior options (Birch is a solid Gray with only a small accent across the chair whereas the Birch/Lapis is a Gray and Blue two-tone interior), the premium, and standard packages and the only UX with Navigation (at this time) – the F SPORT UX with Navigation. The following UX info-graphics help you determine which UX you’re looking at based on key characteristics and tells you where to look if you’re wanting a specific feature.
What’s the Difference: Lexus ES
The Lexus ES comes with a large selection of options and packages that can be combined to create several builds that are both commonly available or more uniquely-tuned for ES buyers. Since the 2019 Lexus ES is built to include so many great standard features, it can be difficult to determine the package level from just a glance but, if you look out for key details like the wheel design and if you can see Park Assist sensors, you’ll be able to name that ES build like a pro. The first (above) and second ES info-graphic show you how to determine if the ES is the basic (no-option) build or the Premium ES 350 – both have a 9000 model code. We follow this up with comprehensive infographics illustrating the difference between the Premium (9000 model code) and Luxury models (9002 model code) and finally the Luxury (9002 model code) and Ultra Luxury ES (9004 model code) models.
There are a couple of options that can go on almost any of the new ES models since they are individual adds or standard features that may or may not be on the ES based on its production date. Here’s where to look inside the 2019 ES 350 so you can determine if that ES has Head-Up Display, Apple CarPlay, and Panoramic View Monitor.
What’s the Difference: Lexus NX 300
The Lexus NX is built in either the standard or F SPORT model, but those two models also include a few tell-tale characteristics that will help you find out even more about that specific NX 300. Find out if you’re looking at the standard or F SPORT NX and which package that NX has on it with these quick tips.
What’s the Difference: Lexus GX
The Lexus GX 460 has kept the same design for a few years, but you may still need to find out if a specific GX has the new Sport Design Package or just the F-SPORT wheel option and if a specific GX is a Premium, Luxury or Basic build. This comprehensive infographic shows you where to look so you can determine if that GX has the Sport Design Package, F SPORT wheel upgrade (and is not the “Sport Design”), Premium build grade (look at the wheels), Luxury with Driver Assist Package (hint, it has a camera on the front grille) or the Basic model (again, look at the wheels.)
Have a question on any other Lexus model, build or package option? Let us know in the comments section below or send us your request for another edition of “What’s the Difference” on your Lexus of choice by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also view and shop for your new Lexus online at www.LexusDominion.com.
The inspirations behind each color chosen for the Lexus model line up are as unique as the final expressions themselves. Often highlighting the bold, sculpted character lines of the new models, the Lexus design goal is to elicit an emotion at first glance. The 2019 Lexus model line up features new and returning Lexus colors that elevate the artistry of each model’s unique design. See the Lexus color line for the 2019 models here or find your favorite color – on your favorite model, online and available now at www.LexusDominion.com.
2019 Lexus UX Color Line
Starting with the newest Lexus creation, the Lexus UX offers 10 exterior color choices and 5 interior color options for the 2019 model year. We have been fortunate enough to already get in most of the colors for the new Lexus UX crossover, but there are still a few that we have yet to see in-person at Lexus Dominion. Above you’ll see the 2019 UX in Redline, Cadmium Orange, Atomic Silver, Obsidian, Ultra White, Eminent White, Silver Lining Metallic, Nebula Gray Pearl and Caviar. So you can see every color available, we tracked down pictures of the UX in Nori Green Pearl and Autumn Shimmer. What about UltraSonic Blue 2.0 you may be asking? Well, we just got one in so you’ll find a sneak peek of the electric blue F SPORT color below.
New arrival: UltraSonic Blue 2.0 F SPORT UX at North Park Lexus Dominion.
2019 Lexus UX Interior Options
2019 RC Color Line
Redesigned and restyled for the 2019 model year, the new Lexus RC coupe is stunning. Although we have received most of the RC colors here at Lexus Dominion, any that are left out of the 2019 RC color chart below can still be found just below.
With 9 exterior color options including Obsidian, Caviar, Nebula Gray Pearl, Atomic Silver, Eminent White Pearl, Ultra White, Flare Yellow, Infrared, UltraSonic Blue Mica 2.0 and new Blue Vortex Metallic, the RC has something for everyone and almost every color under the sun.
2019 RC Interior Options
The 2019 RC coupe is available with most of the same interior options as last year with one newcomer that we have yet to see in-person but we have heard, has just arrived at Lexus Dominion (so check back for an updated post with that picture soon). Interior choices include Black NuLuxe, Glazed Caramel NuLuxe, Playa NuLuxe, Circuit Red NuLuxe, Black and Yellow NuLuxe and White NuLuxe.
2019 Lexus GX 460 Color Line
The colors for the 2019 Lexus GX 460 carry-over from the 2018 model year and include Starfire Pearl, Silver Lining Metallic, Nebula Gray Pearl, Nightfall Mica, Fire Agate Pearl, Black Onyx and Claret Mica. The new GX also comes with the same 3 interior choices: Black, Sepia, and Ecru. Shop our GX inventory online here or find your favorite color from our 2019 GX color chart.
2019 ES Color Line
We wrote a pretty detailed post on the 2019 ES color choices previously, but for anyone wanting a recap we have that for you here. The all-new Lexus ES is now available in Ultra White, Eminent White, Silver Lining Metallic, Caviar, Nebula Gray Pearl, Moonbeam Beige Metallic, Obsidian, Atomic Silver, Matador Red Mica, UltraSonic Blue Mica 2.0, Nightfall Mica and Sunlit Green.
The Lexus ES is another model that offers a wide selection of colors (and we couldn’t fit them all on the color chart above). Below you can see the 2019 ES in Ultra White – an F SPORT exclusive color, Caviar, and Nightfall Mica.
2019 Lexus LS 500 Color Line
The 2019 LS 500 offers many color choices including one returning color, Satin Cashmere Metallic. The color chart below shows the 2019 LS in Ultra White, Eminent White, Manganese Luster, Caviar Mica, Atomic Silver, Matador Red Mica, Autumn Shimmer and Nightfall Mica. Both the “new” Satin Cashmere, Obsidian and Liquid Platinum are shown just below the LS color chart and available to see in-person at North Park Lexus Dominion in San Antonio, Texas.
2019 GS Color Line
The 2019 Lexus GS is still in limited production numbers, however we still have every color option for the 2019 model year represented here. Choices include Eminent White Pearl, Smokey Granite Mica, Nightfall Mica, Obsidian, Matador Red Mica, Liquid Platinum, Atomic Silver, Caviar, Ultra White and UltraSonic Blue Mica 2.0.
2019 Lexus IS Color Line
2019 IS color line is almost the same as last year with one new addition: Liquid Platinum (replacing Silver Lining Metallic). Find your favorite IS color from shopping our extensive IS inventory online or reference our quick color chart below.
2019 LC Color Line
The Lexus LC is a world-class luxury coupe offering impressive performance and design. The LC 500 keeps the colors from the 2018 model year but adds Flare Yellow for the unique Inspiration Series that is available in Limited Production. Your 2019 LC color choices include: Obsidian, Caviar, Smokey Granite Mica, Atomic Silver, Liquid Platinum, Ultra White, Infrared, Autumn Shimmer and Nightfall Mica.
2019 Lexus LX 570 Color Line
The 2019 LX 570 sees the same colors from the 2018 model year with one Special Edition, blacked-out Inspiration Series that is due to arrive at our Lexus dealership around January 14th, 2019 (so stay tuned). Check out the LX color line up here.
2019 RX Color Line
The Lexus RX model line up offers a wide range of colors and, the same from the 2018 model year. Color options include Ultra White, Eminent White Pearl, Silver Lining Metallic, Atomic Silver, Nebula Gray Pearl, Caviar, Obsidian, Satin Cashmere, Autumn Shimmer, Nightfall Mica and Matador Red Mica.
Ok, we took a shortcut with the Lexus RX but you can see every single color option available on our website here.
2019 Lexus NX Color Line
The 2019 NX is another Lexus model without any color changes with exception to the returning, Blue Vortex Metallic (which we still have not seen). Every other color is available and in-stock at our Lexus dealership. Below is the 2019 NX Color Chart for easy reference.
What’s your favorite Lexus color for the 2019 model line up? Let us know in the comments section below.
How do you replace the battery in your Lexus key fob? This is a common question but one that can seem quite daunting when first presented with the possibility of having to perform the task. The easiest way to get the battery in your Lexus key fob replaced is to pull onto our Service Drive here at North Park Lexus at Dominion and have our specialists assist you, but for anyone wanting to replace the battery themselves, here are some helpful tips and steps to complete the task.
DIY: Replacing the Battery
Just a quick note before we begin: the exact procedure may vary from model to model and for your specific Lexus model and model year, the replacement instructions can be found in your Owner’s Manual under the Do-it-Yourself Maintenance section.
Step 1: Take out the mechanical key by sliding your finger across the release button and pulling out the metal key.
Step 2: Remove the cover of the key fob. Once you remove the metal/mechanical key from the fob you will see a small indentation inside the fob. Take the metal key and press the flat part of the key in the indentation and twist to pop the cover open. You can also use a flathead screwdriver to push and twist the cover off if you have a small screwdriver on-hand.
Step 3: Remove the depleted battery. You can do this using the screwdriver or even a paperclip. Once the old battery is removed, you can then insert a new battery with the + terminal facing up.
Step 4: Pop the cover back onto the key fob and put the metal key back into the key fob by simply sliding it into place.
Sounds easy enough, but what size battery do you use and where can you find one? The Lexus key uses a CR2032 lithium battery and batteries can be purchased at any Lexus Service Center or from your local Walgreens, camera store or appliance shop. It is a pretty common battery so you shouldn’t have a problem finding a replacement.
If your key looks like the one below then you’ll have an even easier time removing the mechanical key and finding the indentation to press and twist which is required to pop open the casing of the key.
Have questions or need additional assistance in replacing the battery in your Lexus key? Contact our team online or stop by our Lexus dealership in San Antonio.
Amazon Alexa compatibility offers access to more than 30,000 skills and is available now in the 2019 Lexus UX, NX, RC, LC, LS and ES sedan. Using your new virtual assistant is as simple as asking a question, but what if you’re not sure what question to ask? Discover some of the most popular Alexa skills and voice commands that you can use in your Lexus compatible vehicle with our Alexa Skill Cheat Sheet.
Popular Alexa Skills and Voice Commands to Use in Your Lexus
Skill Name: TED Talks
“Alexa, open TED Talks”
“Alexa, ask TED Talks to play the latest talk”
Alexa, ask TED Talks for something funny”
Skill Name: NBA
“Alexa, open NBA”
“Alexa, stream the Spurs game”
“Alexa, what games are on today”
Skill Name: CNN
“Alexa, open CNN”
“Alexa, ask CNN for the latest news”
Skill Name: Jeopardy!
“Alexa, play Jeopardy!” (easiest part of playing!)
Skill Name: The Daily Show with Trevor Noah
“Alexa, open The Daily Show”
“Alexa, what’s in the news?”
Skill Name: This Day in History
“Alexa, open This Day in History”
“Alexa, tell me about another event from December 21st”
Skill Name: Kayak
“Alexa, open Kayak”
“Alexa, ask Kayak to notify me when United Flight XXX landed”
“Alexa, ask Kayak how much it costs to fly from San Antonio to Boston”
Other Alexa Skills and Sayings
Lexus has provided a pretty long and extensive list of other Alexa sayings for you to try out in your new Lexus. Just short of listing them all, here are a few that we enjoy using.
“Alexa, how’s the traffic to the airport”
“Alexa, where can I get ice cream?”
“Alexa, play the Song of the Day from Amazon Music”
“Alexa, how many days until Christmas?”
“Alexa, give me a dinosaur fact”
“Alexa, send a message”
“Alexa, who does the Dallas Cowboys play in their next game?”
“Alexa, how do you spell ‘appreciate’?”
“Alexa, what is the Star Ways movie about?” – no, really...
“Alexa, what’s on TV tonight?”
“Alexa, what’s the weather tomorrow?”
“Alexa, what’s the score of the Red Socks game?”
“Alexa, when is Shark Week?”
“Alexa, what are some coffee shops nearby?”
“Alexa, play CBS News”
“Alexa, read Treasure Island from Audible”
“Alexa, find the best-rated noise canceling headphones”
“Alexa, play Disney hits from Amazon Music”
“Alexa, create a grocery list”
Of course, there are many more skills and sayings for you to try out with Alexa in your Lexus and we cannot wait to hear from the new Lexus owners who use Alexa in their Lexus. For more information on Amazon Alexa, the new technology available or for a personal tutorial on using Amazon Alexa in your Lexus, stop by North Park Lexus at Dominion or contact our Vehicle Technology Specialist right here.
Meet the newest iPhone accessory: Your Lexus. That’s right, Apple CarPlay is finally available in select Lexus models and it will eventually come in every new Lexus – just as soon as they receive the needed multimedia model update (so stay tuned). For now, Lexus owners can enjoy the convenience of Apple CarPlay in the 2019 Lexus ES sedan, LS, UX, NX, LC, and RC coupe.
With new Apple CarPlay compatibility, you can access the same familiar iPhone interface through your Lexus multimedia system. So, as long as you own an iPhone 5 or newer and have your iPhone software updated to at least iOS 7.1 then all you need is your Lightning-to-USB cable and your new Lexus to get set up. After connecting your iPhone to the vehicle using your USB cable, you will then be able to get directions, make calls, send and receive messages via Siri, and get access to your favorite iPhone apps like Spotify, Audible and Apple Podcasts utilizing the familiar yet new Apple interface. Of course, we have to mention that you could and still can do most of these things without Apple CarPlay by simply using Siri Handsfree which is on most/all newer Lexus vehicles currently.
For anyone needing a little more instruction on getting started with Apple CarPlay, below are a few steps to help you out.
Ensure Siri is enabled on your iPhone. To find out, go to Settings then Siri & Search. Make sure these are both turned on in your iPhone.
Connect your iPhone to your Lexus using a certified USB cable. Unlock your iPhone and if prompted, click “Allow” to allow CarPlay while your phone is locked.
Click ‘Enable Once’ or ‘Always Enable’ to enable CarPlay on your Lexus multimedia system. IF you do not see a pop on your vehicle’s multimedia screen asking you to select either option then you need to go to MENU then SETUP then GENERAL on your Lexus multimedia system and change the Apple CarPlay setting to ON
To launch Apple CarPlay, press the MENU button your vehicle’s Remote Touch Interface, then select Apple CarPlay.
Once CarPlay is active, you can click on any app to launch it. Your most recent apps will appear on the left side. Even with Apple CarPlay connected, you can still use Siri voice control (you’ll just press a different button this time.) To activate Siri, press and holdthe Voice Command button on your steering wheel. Of course, you can also use the Lexus Voice Command system by just tapping the Voice Command button regardless of Apple CarPlay being connected or not.
The 2019 Lexus UX 200 is almost here and we expect the first few of the new UX vehicles to arrive at our Lexus dealership around December 16th, 2018, possibly earlier. In anticipation of the UX arrival at Lexus Dominion, we wanted to share a few key details on the vehicles that are already incoming and still available for you to reserve today.
Standard Features For Every UX
Every 2019 UX will come with the following standard features:
Lexus Safety System+ 2.0 including Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, Lane Tracing Assist, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist, Road Sign Assist, All-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control and Intelligent High Beam Headlamps
Bi-LED headlamps, LED taillamps and daytime running lights
Back up Camera
Electronic Parking Brake
Drive Mode Select with Sport, Normal,and ECO drive modes
Lexus Multimedia System with color display and compatible Scout GPS Link with MapStream. Complimentary for the first 3 years of ownership.
Lexus six-speaker Premium Sound System
Lexus Enform Remote app and Amazon Alexa compatibility. Complimentary for the first year of ownership.
Lexus Enform App Suite 2.0
Amazon Alexa compatibility
Bluetooth and USB smartphone connectivity
Four USB ports
Subscription-free Traffic and Weather updates via HD Radio
Voice Command and Siri Eyes Free
7.0-inch color LCD multi-information display (MID)
Dual-zone automatic climate control with interior air filter
Eight-way power-adjustable front seats with two-way driver lumbar support
60/40-split folding rear seats
Folding tonneau cover
Leather-trimmed steering wheel and shift knob
Heated outside mirrors
Lexus Enform Safety Connect and Service Connect. Complimentary for the first 10 years of ownership.
Key UX Vehicle Specs to Know
FWD model (standard) delivers 169-horsepower with a 2.0-liter inline 4-cylinder engine
10-speed Direct Shift Continuously Variable Transmission
8.9-second 0-60 mph
33 MPG combined average
UX 250h (hybrid model) will always be AWD
UX hybrid delivers 175-total system-horsepower with a 2.0-liter inline 4 engine+ Lexus Hybrid Drive
UX hybrid has an Electronically controlled Continuously Variable Transmission
UX hybrid has a 0-60 mph time of 8.6-seconds
UX hybrid has 39* MGP combined average
UX 200 has a comparable wheelbase to the NX 300 with a difference of only – 0.8 inches but the overall length is shorter by 5.7-inches compared to the 2019 NX 300 – this gives you a smooth, comfortable ride with a smaller footprint.
The UX sits 5-inches lower than the NX, giving it a sleek profile and making low parking garage overhangs nothing to fear.
Being 5.7-inches shorter overall and with a 3.2-foot smaller turning circle than the NX, the new UX is ideal when navigating crowded parking lots and urban environments.
2019 Lexus UX 200 Incoming Options
The starting package level for the 2019 UX 200 coming in this month has the MSRP of $34,903 and will have all of the standard features, in addition to Blind Spot Monitor, Moon Roof, and Accessory Package.
We have the starting package level UX 200 incoming in the following color choices:
Nebula Gray Pearl with Birch
Nebula Gray Pearl with Black
Eminent White with Lapis
If you want a few more options on your 2019 UX 200 then you could consider the incoming Premium Package that has the MSRP of $36,718 and offers the same added options as the starting package level, plus: Auto-Dimming Inner Mirror with Compass and Homelink, Parking Assist with Rear Cross Traffic Alert and Auto-Braking, Power Rear Door with Kick Sensor, Premium Package with Moon Roof, Rain-Sensing Wipers and Ventilated Seats, Heated Steering Wheel and Accessory Package.
We have the Premium Package UX 200 incoming in the following color combinations:
Eminent White with Glazed Caramel
Obsidian with Glazed Caramel
Eminent White with Lapis
Silver Lining Metallic with Lapis
Eminent White with Black
Nebula Gray Pearl with Black
Silver Lining Metallic with Black
Another package or model option incoming this month is the F SPORT UX. Featuring exclusive F SPORT design and performance details, the F SPORT Premium Package UX has a starting MSRP of $38,518. This UX option will have the same features listed on the Premium Package (above) in addition to F SPORT exclusive features.
F-Sport Features include: 18-inch F SPORT Wheels with Run Flat All-Season Tires, F SPORT Front and Rear Bumper, F SPORT Grille insert, LED Fog Lamp, F SPORT Seats, F SPORT Steering Wheel with Paddle Shifters, F SPORT Shift Knob, Aluminum Front Door Scuff Plates, Aluminum Sport Pedals, 8-inch MID and Active Sound Control.
Finally, if you’re looking for a new UX with Navigation then you’re going to have to get one of the incoming F SPORT UX that lists for around $40,393 as this is the only equipment level with navigation at this time. Along with all of the Premium and F SPORT Package features, this UX will also come with the 10.3-inch Navigation System and Color Multimedia Display, Lexus Enform Dynamic Navigation, Dynamic Voice Command, Lexus Enform Destination Assist, 8-speaker Lexus Premium Sound System, Auto-Dimming Inner Mirror with Homelink and Power Tilt/Telescopic Steering Wheel.
The UX F SPORT is currently available (and already incoming) in the following color combinations:
The all-new 2019 Lexus ES has been available for a few months now giving us just the right amount of time to compile a definitive color guide for the new model with actual pictures of inventory. With a daring new design, imaginative technology, and dynamic performance, the 2019 Lexus ES is impressive and offers many new options – and colors. Find your perfect color Lexus ES or compare all of the options with our comprehensive color guide available here.
Exterior Color Choices
The 2019 ES is longer, wider and built on an all-new platform that highlights the striking lines of the redesigned Lexus classic sedan. With a sleek, coupe-like silhouette that is strikingly similar to the LS 500, the 2019 ES offers plenty of eye-appeal and a variety of exterior colors. Find your favorite then see it in-person by visiting North Park Lexus at Dominion.
Sunlit Green (new for 2019)
Nightfall Mica (the new dark blue)
Matador Red Mica (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Atomic Silver (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Obsidian (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Moonbeam Beige Metallic (new for 2019)
Nebula Gray Pearl (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Caviar Mica (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Silver Lining Metallic (available in both ES & ES F SPORT)
Eminent White Pearl
Ultra White (F SPORT exclusive color – new for 2019)
UltraSonic Blue Mica 2.0 (F SPORT exclusive color – new for 2019)
2019 ES is available with either the Linear Espresso or Matte Bamboo wood trim with the Luxury and Premium Package. Pictured below is the ES with Luxury Package. You can tell the difference between the Luxury and Premium Package ES by looking at the trim over the cupholders. If there is wood grain, like you see below, then it is the Luxury (or Ultra Luxury) package ES. You can also tell the package by looking at the leather design and detail on the armrest and center console. If there is a wave in the leather then it is the upgraded Luxury (or UL) package ES.
The Chateau interior option is available with Linear Espresso Wood Trim and Linear Dark Mocha Wood (good luck telling the difference) but you can also get Chateau in the base model which would have a Striated Black Film over trim pieces (and no wood grain wheel). You can tell the difference between the Premium and Luxury or UL Packages the same way as on the Black interior – look for the stitching and wave details for the higher package levels on the ES.
Flaxen is also available in all three trim levels for the ES: base/premium, luxury, and ultra luxury. You can find the ES with the Flaxen interior accented by either the Linear Espresso Wood trim or Matte Bamboo for Premium and Luxury or Ultra Luxury packages.
F-SPORT Interior Options
Black F-SPORT with Hadori Aluminum Trim & Circuit Red with Hadori Aluminum
Pick out your perfect Lexus from our in-stock inventory that you can view online 24 hours a day. If you’re in the area, you can also stop by our Lexus dealership in San Antonio, Texas for a personal presentation and up-close look at all of the new options for 2019 ES. What’s your favorite color on the ES? Let us know in the comments section below.
The original Lexus Enform App Suite has an update and offers some useful key upgrades to the existing system. Yes, this will require a small amount of work on everyone’s part, however, those lucky enough to be driving a brand new Lexus, you can stop reading here since this update does not apply to vehicles compatible with Enform App Suite 2.0 on the 2018-2019 LC, LS, NX, RC, RC F or the 2019 ES and UX.
The November 2018 Enform App Suite update is applicable to all Lexus drivers using the original Enform App Suite and offers the following key enhancements:
Redesigned usability with a new, intuitive dashboard home layout.
Streamlined app setup process with onboarding screens and easier third-party account linking.
Improved Bluetooth setup instructions provided in the app
An interactive Destination Search assists in finding your next destination – you can search near your location, or enter a specific destination and you can narrow your search by business and category.
Additional Search Features including Fuel search results showing on an interactive map, search for sports teams by city, stocks, and indices now appear on the same page and an overall improved information sync from app to the multimedia system.
To update your Enform App Suite you will just need to follow these instructions:
Install the updated app from the app store
Pair your phone to the multimedia system via Bluetooth
Follow the prompts on your multimedia system to download and install any updates
For additional information on updates or how to use the suite of connected services from Lexus, contact our Lexus Vehicle Technology Specialist or visit North Park Lexus at Dominion in San Antonio, Texas.
The Lexus LX has always been far more than just a luxury SUV. An off-road powerhouse, the LX 570 commands the road less traveled and has a long, and impressive off-road racing heritage. While few other luxury vehicles rarely, if ever, venture off the civilized, paved roads of today’s world, it is off the beaten path where the LX shines. With advanced performance technologies that push boundaries, the truly remarkable characteristic of the Lexus LX is it’s exceptionally smooth handling while taking on tough terrain. Smooth and seamless operation coupled with a plush, luxurious interior, the Lexus LX is as much at home racing the notorious Mint 400 as it is attending any gala – just ask the attendees of New York Fashion Week who often use the Lexus LX as the vehicle of choice when arriving at the biggest shows.
Now, with the LX Inspiration Series, Lexus gives the fully capable SUV an exclusive makeover fitting of the elite fashion shows it attends year after year. Coming in with a price tag of $101,860, the 2019 LX Inspiration Series is due to arrive at North Park Lexus Dominion around December 22nd – just in time for the Holidays.Guess what just jumped to the number one spot on our Holiday Wish List!
The Special Edition Lexus LX 570 will be built in limited production and will feature several head-turning features including an all black headliner matched with an exclusive Moonlight White Interior with contrast stitching and ultra-sleek blacked out – well, everything. See all the features coming on the new Inspiration Series here.
LX Inspiration Series Feature List
The 2019 Lexus LX 570 Inspiration Series priced at $101,860 will come with the following features.
Inspiration Series (SE) Contents
Black 21-inch Wheels & Center Caps
Black Front Grille with Black Chrome Surround
Black headlamps with Smoked Lenses
Black Fog lamps
Black Window Accents
Black Roof Rails and Door Handles
Black Tail lamps with Smoked Lenses and Black Chrome Garnish
Black Rear License Plate Garnish
Black Chrome Back Door Garnish
Exclusive Moonlight White Interior
Unique Floor mats, cargo mat, and key gloves
Luxury Package & Other Included Options
Luxury Package Includes: Semi-Aniline Leather Interior with Contrast Stitching, Heated and Ventilated Front and Rear Second Row Seats and LX Projector Door Lamps
Mark Levinson Audio System with 19-speaker Reference Surround Sound Audio System featuring DVD-Audio and DVD-Video Playback
Dual-Screen DVD Rear-Seat Entertainment System with Wireless Headphones and Audio/Video inputs