The Japanese based automaker Lexus has officially pulled the wraps off the brand new LF-SA Concept during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, in a premiere.
The brand new Lexus LF-SA Concept has recently made its public debut in Geneva after being shown over the web a few weeks back. The one-off vehicle has been described as a “driver focused” car and it stands at just 3, 400 mm in length, 1,700 mm in width and 1,430 mm in height, which is making it ideal for being used as a city car, according to the Toyota luxury brand.
“The LF-SA Concept is also a driver-focused vehicle, reflecting Lexus’s vision that in a future world where technology and virtual experiences are expected to hold more sway, the real driving experience could become the ultimate luxury”, says the carmaker in its official press release.
The new model is coming with the spindle grille with angular pattern radiating from the central emblem, with 2D and 3D graphics, a spacious interior with a 2+2 seating layout, the driver’s seat is fixed and the steering wheel and pedals are adjustable, the front passenger seat is slide adjustable, offering access to the rear. There is also a hologram-style digital display, which is incorporated in the instrument binnacle and a wide-angle head-up display. Unfortunately this is all we’ve got on the brand new Lexus LF-SA Concept at the moment because the car manufacturer hasn’t released any more details on it. You can check it out in the photo gallery posted below.