Toyota luxury car division Lexus shows off the futuristic digital side-view mirrors on its electric Lexus LF-Z concept.
The futuristic Lexus LF-Z Electrified Concept symbolizes the next generation of Lexus.
It previews Lexus electric future as well as where their new design language is headed.
Lexus and its parent company Toyota may be lagging behind in the EV department due to their focus on hybrid and hydrogen-powered cars, but the luxury automaker has promised to fill the gap with 20 electric car models by 2025 by showing off its LF-Z concept.
First shown in March, 2021, as a battery electric vehicle (BEV), the Lexus LF-Z Electrified Concept symbolizes the next generation of Lexus. It previews Lexus electric future as well as where their new design language is headed.
LF-Z boasts several futuristic features and designs, including a steer-by-wire tech, and a digital side-view cameras designed to transmit outside images onto two display screens located inside the car.
Details of its drive range and battery-pack hasn’t been revealed, but its front and rear electric motors generates a combined 536 horsepower.
This powertrain will allow the electric LF-Z concept do a 0 to 60 in just 3 seconds and a top speed of 124 mph.
Earlier this month, Toyota luxury car division Lexus took to its social media platforms to reminds us that “Today’s innovations are tomorrow’s realities. What do you think of the LF-Z Electrified Concept”
Pictures that accompanied the post reveals the LF-Z concept’s Land Rover Range Rover Evoque-style of flush door handles, its distinct LED headlights design, as well as digital side-view cameras that we mentioned earlier in the post.
Just like the question Lexus asked in its post : “What do you think of the LF-Z Electrified Concept”