You Can See This Ultra Cool Lexus Concept Car for a Limited Time Only
Bringing in a concept car to the country is a serious undertaking. Concept cars of each car brand represents its future direction and many of them eventually become production cars years down the road.
Japanese luxury brand Lexus brought in its LF-30 concept, which is now displayed the Lexus hub at Mitsukoshi, the designated home of its Lexus Electrified vehicles.
The LF-30 was first showcased at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, giving car geeks a glimpse at how Lexus’ battery electric vehicles (BEVs) will look like in the future. This concept car also celebrates 30 years of the Lexus brand. We actually saw it in Tokyo and it really looks super cool.
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The LF-30’s interior is packed with new technology, such as autonomous driving and other innovations. Its cockpit design is based on the “Tazuna” concept, which means means “reins” in Japanese. This principle was inspired by how a horse rider can use a single rein to have full control and have a bond between the horse and the rider. This means that whenever the driver is not using autonomous driving, the car becomes one with the driver.
Lexus’ philosophy for the interior also uses next-generation interfaces, such as gesture control and enhanced presentation of vehicle information through AR (augmented reality).
Other features like Advanced Posture control, which offers complete independent control of the front and rear drive wheels and has different settings from front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive to all-wheel drive to suit the current road conditions.
Outside, the design of the LF-30 body is fashioned with an elegantly flowing front, which transitions into a linear and sharp rear. In addition to the wing-shaped headlights, the sharpness of the rear lights and side air intakes combine to achieve both excellent aerodynamics and cooling performance, resulting in styling fused with function. Other details to note include the window glass, which continually stretches from the front to rear, the muscular fenders, and the wing-shaped headlights that form the contours of the Lexus iconic spindle.
The LF-30 Concept is on display at the Lexus Mitsukoshi Mall only until April 29, 2023. Mitsukoshi BGC is located at 8th Ave. Corner 36th St. Grand Central Park, North BGC, Taguig