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Lexus is fairly new to the electric car game, having only launched its first EV in late 2021. The premium arm of leading automotive manufacturer Toyota, Lexus has set out a path to becoming an electric-only brand, something it is aiming to complete in terms of its new car offering by 2030 in Europe.

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Electric Lexus cars: current models

Lexus has a pair of electric SUVs, one sitting alongside its regular hybrid sibling and the other a bespoke EV.

Lexus UX 300e

The UX300e was Lexus’s first foray into electric vehicles, and in 2023 it made the car significantly more useful by increasing the range from under 200 to an official 280 miles thanks to a larger battery. It’s a great-looking and comfortable SUV with a really lovely interior, although it’s not the most spacious.

Lexus RZ

The RZ is the larger of Lexus’s two electric SUVs, and offers an official range figure of between 252-271 miles, depending on specification. All get a 313hp motor and 5.6-second 0-62mph time, as well as a top speed limited to 99mph. Typically Lexus, the interior is classy and comfortable, and it’s a quiet and refined driving experience, although rear visibility isn’t the RZ’s strongest suit.

Lexus electric FAQs

The cheapest way into an electric Lexus is the UX300e, which is only available in a single engine and trim combination and costs a little over £47,000. The bigger and pricier RZ model kicks off from over £64,000 and tops out more than £10,000 higher for the Takumi trim level.
It has two of them! The smaller UX300e is an electric version of the existing UX hybrid SUV, while the larger RZ is the first stand-alone EV from the Japanese premium brand. The smaller and cheaper UX has a better official range figure at 280 miles, while the RZ is between 252 and 271, depending on model.