The modelRead full Lexus RZ review
The RZ's range between charges is nothing to write home about, but it is compelling in many other ways. It’s practical, good to drive, pleasant to sit and – as long as you steer clear of the range-topping trims – reasonably priced.
The trimSee full equipment
The entry-level trim comes with plenty of standard equipment, including electric front seats, climate control and a panoramic roof, plus lots of safety kit, including blind-spot monitoring and a driver attention monitor.
The engineSee full engine specs
Two electric motors pump out a combined 308bhp, and the RZ can comfortably out-accelerate a BMW iX3. There isn’t quite the neck-jarring G-force you experience in some electric cars, but who really needs that from a family SUV?
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