One of the best things about a vehicle redesign is just that—it’s a redesign. New lines, new angles, a new feel… no matter how you first interact with the model, it’s the design that you’ll encounter first, and it’s the design that makes the first impression.

So with that in mind, take a moment to examine the all-new 2016 RX the next time you drop by your Lexus dealer (highly recommended). Here’s a quick primer on what to look for:

A shifting silhouette: The vehicle’s new razor-like lines and smooth surfaces don’t just contrast nicely—they’re purposely molded to change the vehicle’s silhouette when viewed from different angles. Designers also gave the RX a powerful stance that gives way to a sleek profile as the blackout C-pillar leads to a distinctive floating roofline.

Sky views: A newly available retractable panorama glass roof enhances the illusion of a floating roofline, plus it adds a feel of spaciousness to the cabin. Bonus: the rear-seat passengers enjoy a fixed-glass roof for an open-sky experience.

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