Finally, Lexus has a sick-looking crossover concept

Finally, Lexus has a sick-looking crossover concept

0 comments 📅10 December 2016, 01:00

So, Lexus isn’t playing it safe as the Bank of England. The Japanese luxury brand revealed a concept called the UX that resolution be revealed at the Paris Motor Show, and to say it’s eye-entrancing is an understatement. It looks like one of those new-fangled, coupe-styled SUVs, along the lines of the BMW X6, even so Lexus isn’t explaining exactly what the UX is.

It nebulously says the concept is meant to interest to a “progressive, urban audience living in a connected setting.” Sounds like an X6-, or perhaps an X4-fighter, to us. Oh, and very likely with Wi-Fi.

As you can see, the UX has massively flared fenders (which add an off-procedure vibe), a raked roofline and huge wheels. Comely concepty, in other words. Like the NX SUV, which debuted as a concept then went into forming largely unchanged, the UX has a lot of angles and curves. Like the NX, it disposition probably be divisive at first but a strong entr in the crossover segment if it makes it to production (we about it will). Lexus only released this backside three-quarters shot, so we’ll have to deferred to see what the front looks like. We’d presume Lexus’ spindle grille and some snazzy LED lights.

Middle, the UX “showcases imaginative technologies for an immersive driver exposure, while the interior marries traditional craftsmanship with lofty-tech manufacturing techniques,” Lexus says. Conversion: It will be really digital inside with some wood, carbon-fiber, or delusive plastic trim. It debuts Sept. 29 in Paris.


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