BOTH Lexus LX models, while sharing the LC200’S basic chassis layout, have unique suspension. Most beneficially they have variable height so they can be jacked-up off-road or lowered at higher road speeds; or lowered further for entry and exit. The LX does this via hydraulics – rather than air springs – using a hydraulic pump connected to all four dampers. As well as lifting and lowering the LX, the dampers automatically adjust the damping force depending on the bumpiness of the road within Comfort, Normal and Sport modes. The LX’S active dampers also control roll and pitch, which means it doesn’t have the LC200’S active swaybar system known as KDSS.