The Japanese based automaker Lexus has released by mistake an image with the upcoming LF-SA Concept, which will be officially presented to the public at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has already announced its plans to introduce a brand new concept car at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and while the information has stopped there back then, time has come to see the first image with the one-off vehicle. The model in question, seen in the photo posted above, is believed to offer a preview of a next production vehicle which will be slotting below the current CT 200h, but don’t expect this on the market anytime soon because it is still a few years away from meeting its future customers.
The image in question has been tweeted by Lexus by mistake and it was removed quite quickly, but not before someone managed to take a screenshot. We can notice the aggressive front fascia, the prominent spindle grille, the LED headlights, the boomerang shaped LED daytime running lights, the distinctive hood and several other tweaks. Keep in mind that this is a simple concept car at the time and that the final production version may turn out to be quite different. Speaking of the final variant, this is rumored to be based on the Toyota Yaris. More details on the new Lexus LF-SA Concept are limited at this time and will be announced on the 3rd of March, during the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, when it will be making its public debut.