LEXUS’ SMALL ADVENTURER: The LF-SA stands for Lexus Future Small Adventurer, which means we could see a future production model based on the new concept car. Image: Lexus
Lexus is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its first model, the 1989 LS400 sedan, with a radical urban concept and unveiled it at the 2015 Geneva auto show. It's called the LF-SA Concept.
The car was designed at parent company Toyota's Europe design studio in Nice, France, as a daring 2+2 interpretation of Lexus’ L-finesse design philosophy and could eventually see the inside of a showroom as a Lexus small car.
Its moniker stands for Lexus Future Small Adventurer and small it is: 3.4m long, 1.7m wide and 1.4m tall.
‘TIME IN DESIGN’ STYLING
It has prominent wheel arches, the automaker’s signature "spindle" grille and L-shaped headlights. Lexus calls its concept’s design "a Time in Design styling approach, in which perceptions of the vehicle change when it is viewed from various angles".
IMAGE GALLERY: 2015 Lexus LF-SA concept
The cabin has a crystalline instrument panel with a black hologram display and a head-up display accessed through a touch pad on the centre console.
The driver’s seat is fixed but the steering-wheel and pedals are adjustable. The front passenger seat is slide-adjustable to allow access to the rear of the car
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