Ladies and gentleman, this is the Lexus LF-SA city car concept, a vehicle that previews company’s MINI Cooper and Audi A1 rival. The new concept was introduced today at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and according to the company, it explores the unexpected territory for the brand.
Moreover, the LF-SA Concept is a driver-focused vehicle and reflects manufacturer’s vision that in a future world where technology and virtual experiences are expected to hold more sway. Capable to carry four passengers and featuring a 2+2 seating layout, the LF-SA Concept is 3,400 mm long, 1,700 mm wide and has a height of 1,430 mm.
What’s more interesting is that the driver’s seat is fixed, which means that the pedals and wheels are adjusted to fit the driver. Even more interesting is that the passenger seat slides back and forth. Regarding the rest of the interior, don’t expect a dramatic design as you’ll not find any, but you will find a hologram-style infotainment system integrated within the instrument display, as well as a wide-angle head-up display.
When it comes to exterior design, the Lexus LF-SA Concept features the latest expression of the company’s spindle grille that shows an angular pattern radiating from the central Lexus emblem and developing from a two-dimensional graphic to a powerful three-dimensional form that influences the front wings and side bodywork. At the rear, there are L-shaped lamp clusters in a buttress design.
All the stylish lines are painted in a Stellar Silver paint that reflects the spirit of adventure, while the interior is inspired by the spectacle of solar eclipse.