Lexus vehicles have a reputation for being exceptionally well-equipped, as well as refined and comfortable. That's definitely the case here in the 2014 RX 350 and RX 450h; you'll find a comprehensive list of comfort and convenience features, while options are pretty much limited to interior upgrades and top-notch infotainment systems.
The Remote Touch controller, which has been redesigned modestly this year (essentially still a mouse/trackpad that requires you to look at the screen a little more than other systems) remains a mandatory part of the interface that we're conflicted about, but nearly everyone will like that the new Enform system enables apps for Pandora streaming audio and other information services. Last year Lexus introduced a "Siri Eyes Free Mode" for the system, allowing you to integrate some iPhone models with the RX's voice-command system. This year Lexus follows that with refreshed Display Audio systems across the model line.
Every RX comes standard with a Bluetooth, ten-way power front seats, dual-zone climate control and a 12-speaker audio system–along with more creature comfort features than can be optioned onto most mass-market cars.
Options include a 15-speaker Mark Levinson sound system, hard-drive based navigation, softer leather, rear seat entertainment for the kids, remote start, ventilated front seats, LED adaptive headlamps, and a head-up display that projects basic information about your trip onto the windshield to reduce distracted driving.
The RX also now comes with the Lexus Enform system, which has the capability to run apps for information or entertainment purposes—Pandora streaming radio, for example. Voice-command recognition is also included, as is a year of the Safety Connect concierge service (there's a subscription fee after that).