A new vehicle for safari and camping from the Japanese company Lexus was officially revealed, The concept car called Lexus GX Overland, debuted at the Montreal International Auto Show currently taking place in Canada.
As its name shows, this new concept car is based on Lexus GX, and it follows the footsteps of its sister Lexus (GX Off-Road) concept that appeared last July and bragged that its driver could ride it almost anywhere.
The star of this article, the GX Overland concept car, is based on the 2020 Lexus GX 460, but it has got a special suspension system that provides greater comfort for passengers and gives the vehicle improved all-terrain capability.
Lexus GX Overland Concept is fitted with unique off-road wheels and Toyo Open Country tires, as well as unique front winch bumper and full underbody and side body armor. And as we are talking about a camping car, there is a quick deploying rooftop tent with bed.
The interior of this concept, which is based on the 2020 Lexus GX, comes with red leather trim, wood and aluminum touches, a 17-speaker Mark & Levinson sound system, and rear-seat entertainment, and it also got a Panoramic View Monitor with driver and passenger camera.
Mechanically, this Japanese concept camping car is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.6-liter V8 gasoline engine, delivering 301 hp and 446 Nm of torque. It is connected to a 6-speed automatic and full-time 4WD system with Active Traction Control
Lexus says the GX Overland Concept embodies the idea of “luxurious camping.” but they did not say if the equipment showcased on the GX Overland Concept will become available to the public.
As a reminder, here are some of our previous test-drives of Lexus cars: