The new Lexus NX crossover is making its UK debut at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Hampton Court Palace Flower Show this week (8 to 13 July), on display at the Quiet Mark Treehouse and Garden by John Lewis.
It’s an early opportunity for the public to take a close look at the new model, ahead of its official launch in October.
The preview appearance at the world’s largest annual flower show extends Lexus’s relationship with Quiet Mark, an international seal of approval from the UK’s Noise Abatement Society, which encourages the design of quieter, high-performance technology.
The NX will be available with a full hybrid powertrain, which means it can be driven at low speeds with near-silent running and zero tailpipe emissions and fuel consumption.
Lexus is also a sponsor of this year’s RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show, which explores different aspects of gardening and garden design in three zones, themed Grow, Escape and Inspire.
The NX is included in the Inspire zone, showcasing the latest Lexus advances in contemporary design and technology.
As well as admiring the blooms and show gardens, visitors can learn gardening skills from a programme of demonstrations by experts; enjoy a wealth of family entertainment and attractions; and stock up on plants, tools and garden leisure items from market-style shopping stands.
The Lexus NX and the Quiet Mark Treehouse and Garden by John Lewis can be found at stand E165.