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For 2015, the Lexus LX 570 gains Siri Eyes-Free mode for compatible iPhone 4S and 5 smartphones.
After receiving a major freshening last year, the 2014 Lexus LX 570 sees no major changes.
While it may share its basic architecture with the Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus' full-size LX 570 SUV for 2015 goes well beyond its humble roots, offering the kind of power and luxury befitting Lexus' flagship SUV. The 8-passenger LX 570 is built to be as rugged as it is refined, with a sophisticated terrain-response system allowing it to traverse almost any obstacle. Realistically, we know most LX 570 models will never leave the paved road, except maybe to venture down a rutted horse trail where its 7,000-pound tow rating will likely be put to good use. Befitting its status, the LX 570 luxury SUV isn't cheap to purchase or to operate, with fuel-economy ratings that barely break double-digits.