Lexus has rolled out an attention-grabbing off-roader, and it’s not one to be overshadowed by its parent company, Toyota, at the SEMA showcase. Among the trio of impressive builds, the LX 600 steals the spotlight with a design tailored for paddleboarders and surfers, boasting a unique feature—a mini kitchen in the back.
This SEMA concept, named the LX 600 Premium Build, is finished in an eye-catching Aquamarine color and is based on the 2022 version of Lexus’s Land Cruiser counterpart. Beyond a mere paint job, the exterior flaunts a matte wrap that transitions from a captivating blue to green, depending on the angle and light. Accentuating its rugged aesthetics are matte-gray 18-inch wheels wrapped in 33-inch Toyo all-terrain tires.
Powered by the same twin-turbocharged 3.4-liter V-6 found in the standard LX 600, this build is crafted for spontaneous weekend getaways to the lake. The thoughtful additions include a Kammock Crosswing awning for quick deployment, a Prinsu roof rack, and a Yakima SupDawg mount for paddleboards and surfboards.
However, the pièce de résistance is the Yakima EXO OpenRange Deluxe kitchen bundle. With the two-burner stove, cutting board, wash basin, lantern, and storage included in this all-inclusive kit, travelers will have everything they need to prepare a substantial meal while camping.
While the LX 600 takes center stage, the supporting cast is equally impressive. The bright yellow LX 460 comes with a 12-volt portable air compressor, an ARB Weekender Recovery kit, and a 10-foot Kammock Roo double hammock.
As is customary with SEMA concepts, there are no immediate plans for commercial release. However, for enthusiasts inspired by these rugged marvels, recreating the off-roaders, excluding the distinctive Aquamarine wrap, maybe a thrilling endeavor with a touch of online exploration and a dash of patience.