Lexus presented its new prototype LF-Z Electrified, an electric concept car with 600 kilometers of autonomy that advances the new vision of the brand and what it aspires to achieve with electrification.
The model, which has features, design and technologies that Lexus plans to introduce into 2025, uses a new specific platform for electric vehicles, which is a "fundamental" step towards achieving its objective of giving the driver an exceptional response and the feeling of being fully connected with the vehicle.
Regarding the exterior design, the bodywork is "deeply sculpted", while the rear mounting of the high-power electric motor contributes to a more dynamic and agile performance, according to the brand.
The interior is an “open and minimalist” space, with a design of Tazuna cabin tailored to the specific qualities of electric driving and based on a people-centered philosophy.
Lexus has earned a unique position in the market thanks to the most extensive range of premium hybrid electric vehicles. Its strategy around hybrid technology has resulted in almost two million units sold worldwide since the launch of the RX 400h in 2005.
Currently, it offers nine hybrid electric and battery electric models in about 90 countries around the world.