Lexus LBX MATCH POINT. If you like tennis this is your car

Lexus surprises again with an innovative and exclusive proposal that pays tribute to the world of tennis. The new Lexus LBX MATCH POINT model, a limited series of only 25 units, It is a reflection of the brand’s commitment to excellence and innovation. Inspired by the universe of tennis, this vehicle promises capture the attention of sports fans and motoring enthusiasts alike, with its attractive design and unique features.

Lexus LBX MATCH POINT: exclusive details

The LBX MATCH POINT is a true masterpiece of design, created to celebrate the latest edition of the prestigious Conde de Godó Trophy. This compact crossover comes in a sophisticated metallic Berlin Gray tone, which complements perfectly with Yellow details, the same vibrant color as tennis balls. These details are strategically located on the vehicle: on the front, on the rear lower lip, on the roof and on the rear-view mirrors, creating a sporty and elegant aesthetic.

The C-pillar decorative moldings are adorned with lines reminiscent of tennis courts, adding a distinctive and unique touch. Furthermore, the 18-inch matte black alloy wheels with yellow details and the model name engraved on them complete the exterior look, making the LBX MATCH POINT unmistakable on the road.

The interior of the LBX MATCH POINT is not far behind in terms of exclusivity and design. The Seats are upholstered in luxurious Caramel-colored leather, that elegantly contrasts with the black leather side panels. Yellow stitching on the side panels and floor mats, featuring the MATCH POINT logo, reinforce the tennis theme and add a touch of sophistication and attention to detail.

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Another highlight of the interior is the striking start button, which is not only functional but also serves as a constant reminder of the sporting spirit that inspires this model. Every detail of the interior has been carefully designed to offer a comfortable and luxurious driving experience, making every trip a memorable experience.

LBX MATCH POINT price

Only 25 units of the LBX MATCH POINT will be available, making this model a true collector’s gem. Those interested can purchase this exclusive vehicle starting in October for a price of 45,700 euros. This limited edition not only ensures exclusivity, but also underlines Lexus’ commitment to creating unique products that offer exceptional value to its customers.

Like the rest of the range, the engine of this variant falls on a version Self-charging hybrid that produces 136 HP. The transmission is CVT and the average consumption is just 4.5 liters per 100 kilometers (here is the test of this vehicle).

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The launch of the LBX MATCH POINT is not only a demonstration of automotive innovation, but also a reaffirmation of the commitment of Lexus with the world of tennis. The Japanese brand is the Official Automotive Partner and Platinum Partner of the ATP Tour, the prestigious men’s professional tennis circuit. This bond with tennis is based on shared values ​​such as perfection, excellence and the desire to offer incredible experiences in both sport and driving.

Commitment to the world of tennis

Lexus has once again demonstrated its ability to combine luxury, technology and sporting passion in a single vehicle. The LBX MATCH POINT is a testament to how the brand can transform a sporting inspiration into a high-end automotive reality, offering its customers an experience that goes beyond conventional driving.

The Lexus LBX MATCH POINT is much more than a car. It is a style statement, a tribute to tennis and a sign of Lexus’ commitment to innovation and excellence. With its exclusive design and intimate connection to the sport, this model is destined to become an object of desire for tennis fans and car lovers alike.

 
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