It has up to 315 km (196 miles) of WLTP range and a 10-year (or 1,000,000 km / 621,500 miles) battery warranty.

After selling more than 1.8 million hybrids, including 450,000 in Europe, Lexus is introducing in selected European markets its first all-electric model, the Lexus UX 300e (first launched in China earlier this year).

According to the final specs, the WLTP range of UX 300e is 305-315 km (190-196 miles) depending on the version, using a 54.3 kWh battery. One of the most interesting things is that this air-cooled battery is covered by 10-year (or 1,000,000 km / 621,500 miles) warranty including capacity degradation below 70%.

To make the driver's life easier, Lexus has teamed with Digital Charging Solutions (DCS) to offer access to various charging networks, using a single account, RFID-card / app.

2020 Lexus UX 300e charging
2020 Lexus UX 300e charging

The 'Lexus Charging Network' is currently available in France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland and the United Kingdom with a total of 85,000 charging points (to be expanded to 160,000).

The first six months of the service are free, then in the UK, the cost is £4.95 per month (€5.44/$6.46). Prices of charging depends on the particular charging point.

Below we attached new videos of the Lexus UX 300e, and an expanded gallery with tons of new photos.

Gallery: 2020 Lexus UX 300e

Lexus UX 300e specs:

  • range:
    305-315 km (190-196 miles) of WLTP range target
    400 km (249 miles) of NEDC range
  • 54.3 kWh battery (288 lithium-ion cells); air-cooled
    in Europe 10-year (or 1 million km) battery warranty, including 70% battery capacity
  • 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 7.5 seconds
  • top speed of 160 km/h (100 mph)
  • front-wheel drive
  • 150 kW and 300 Nm electric motor
  • 6.6 kW on-board charger
  • DC fast charging (CHAdeMO) at up to 50 kW in about 52 minutes