About the car
This car was built by Toyota as part of the luxury branch of Lexus they created in 2007, more commonly known as Lexus LX. The LX name stands for ‘Luxury Crossover’ and had been completely redesigned from the previous model and continued to receive a total of three facelifts from 2007 to the present day.
The LX 570 has a certified 5.7 litre 3UR-FE V8 engine with a power output of 383 horsepower. This helps increase the towing capacity for the vehicle of up to 3,900kg. The grand SUV also comes with a multi-terrain anti-lock braking system which, on tricky surfaces such as gravel and sand, ensures shorter stopping distances. While the Hill-start Assist Control (HAC) prevents the car rolling backwards on hills and slippery surfaces.
The LX models are Lexus’ most expensive and largest luxury SUV, of which the Third Generation (LX 570) is sold and well-appreciated worldwide. It comes in a wide variety of colours, including the unique Sonic Titanium.
About the Brand
Lexus is a luxury vehicle division of Japanese car manufacturer, Toyota. The Lexus brand was founded in 1989 by Eiji Toyoda, former President and Chairman of the Toyota Motor Corporation, and is Japan’s highest selling make of premium cars. They focus on showing the brand as an aspirational product whilst maintaining a customer-based approach.
About the Manufacturer
Kyosho Corporation is a Japanese-based modelling manufacturer, founded in 1963, by Hisashi Suzuki. It’s one of the oldest model car producers in Japan and makes a wide variety radio-controlled and highly detailed die-cast models selling both domestically and internationally. Kyosho have a sharp focus on quality with their cars known to be both refined and robust.