Expected in dealerships in the coming weeks, the Lexus UX300e is now available to order in France. Available from € 49,990, it comes in three trim levels.
While Norwegian customers have been able to order it since this summer, Lexus’s first electric car has only just appeared in the manufacturer’s price list in France. Marking a turning point for Toyota’s premium brand, so far exclusively hybrid-oriented, the Lexus UX300e is available in three trim levels.
In its first trim level, Pack, the Lexus electric SUV starts from € 49,990 excluding bonus. It incorporates electrically adjustable front seats and steering wheel, Android Auto / Apple CarPlay compatible interface, second generation Lexus Safety device and specific 17-inch alloy rims as standard.
On the intermediate level, we find the Luxe finish. Charged € 54,990, it benefits from leather upholstery, heated seats and steering wheel, as well as intelligent parking sensors.
Finally comes the Executive finish. Offered from € 61,990, it gets a 13-speaker Mark Levinson audio system, sunroof, power-opening tailgate, triple-lens LED headlamps with adaptive high beams, and 18 alloy wheels. inches, etc.
In terms of options, Lexus is simple. Only metallic paint is offered. Charged for € 1,000, it is available as standard on the Executive finish.
The only option available is metallic paint (€ 1,000, standard on Executive).
|Lexus UX300e Pack|
|Lexus UX300e Luxury|
|Lexus UX300e Executive|
In terms of bonuses, only the first two finishes can claim aid of € 3,000. Going above the threshold of € 60,000, the Executive version is not eligible.
300 km of autonomy
Powered by a 150 kW electric motor, the Lexus UX300e is powered by a 54.3 kWh battery. In the WLTP cycle, the manufacturer promises up to 300 kilometers of autonomy.