The pictures, which appeared in a presentation given by Toyota North America CEO James Lentz, show a production model resembling a toned-down version of the original concept. The model is tipped to take the NX name for production, slotting in below the larger RX SUV in Lexus's line-up.
The NX will be based on the architecture of the Toyota RAV4 and will offer hybrid power as well as a new 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine - Lexus's first - which Lentz confirmed at the presentation.
He added that it would "pave the way for turbos, for the future, in Lexus models - and turn a few heads along the way".
Lexus has recently trademarked 'NX200t', which correlates with both the 'NX' moniker of the concept and the turbocharged powerplant. The denomination could also relate to the the 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine seen in the concept.