Today we take an up-close and personal, in-depth video look at the prototype 2015 Lexus NX. We begin with the start up, performance data, fuel economy, occasional track data, and build quality. You’ll also learn how to use most of the interior and exterior features. Throughout the video key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, including available options, will be highlighted. Of course it wouldn’t be an enthusiast car video without the ever-popular engine overview, including rev and exhaust note, from both interior and exterior perspectives. MSRP pricing for the NX has not been released.
It’s a fact that the Chevy Camaro Z/28 has the widest front tires of any production car. At 305 mm wide, those tires produce tremendous grip–especially since they’re Pirelli P Zero Trofeo RS. In fact, they make so much grip, the Z/28 was spinning the tire around the wheel under braking–the Z/28 was, in effect, outrunning its tires, or at least their ability to grip the wheels. It’s an unusual problem for a production car, but it’s a good one to have–too much grip is just enough.
Perhaps you heard that the owners of the Tesla Model S woke up one morning last month to discover a new software update in their cars, one that included something called “Autosteer”. Interesting! It was indeed a hands-free driving feature. However, Tesla’s people made it abundantly clear its new Autosteer feature wouldn’t work without the driver keeping his hands on the steering wheel at all times.