Lexus LF-SA Concept

Mar 5, 2015

Category: Rides

Is there a market for little luxury? Not “a little luxury”– we said “little luxury.” The designers at Lexus think there might be, as they’re celebrating their 25th year in business with a new ultra-compact concept, the LF-SA.

Created at Lexus’ European design studio, the 2+2 urban vehicle is designed for agility on city streets, with some cool stuff inside, like an adjustable steering wheel and pedals, wide-angle heads-up display, and a hologram-style display on the car’s infotainment system. The exterior features a funky new take on the Lexus spindle grille, impossibly narrow headlights and taillights, and a body that Lexus says will “change perceptions when viewed from different angles.” It’s all topped off with “Silver Stellar,” a color that the company says is meant to evoke a space exploration vibe. No word yet on whether this concept will make it to production.

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