Each model is available in three separate trims: Premium, Luxury and F Sport. All UX models come with plenty of standard features, as is generally expected in this class. They include power locks and windows, a 6-speaker audio system, two USB ports, cruise control, SiriusXM satellite radio, power front seats, keyless ignition and a 7-inch infotainment system to name a few. Lexus also is among the first to feature Amazon Alexa integration and comes with Apple CarPlay phone integration functionality as standard.
Premium models have a power sunroof, washi textured dash, heated and cooled leatherette seating, while a wireless charging pad ahead of the shifter, navigation, a 10.3-inch infotainment display and an 8-speaker audio system are optional.
Finally, Luxury models add to that a power tilt/telescope steering, blind-spot monitors and a hands-free tailgate. F Sport models have active sound control adding a sportier exhaust note to the interior, sport seats with added bolsters, paddle shifters, F Sport badging, aggressive suspension tuning and a bigger LED gauge display.
Of course, the Lexus UX offers world-class, advanced safety systems. All UX models come with Lane Tracing Assist, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control, Automatic High Beams, Road Sign Assist and a Pre-Collision System that can recognize pedestrians at night. Additionally, PCS radar capability has been extended to enable detection of cyclists during the day.