Lexus has revealed the new LF-SA concept at the Geneva Motor Show, which could be a preview of a new Lexus city car.
As its competitors continue to move further down market with new small entry-level luxury models, Lexus may finally mulling the idea of building its own small entry. Lexus has revealed the new LF-SA concept at the Geneva Motor Show, which could be a preview of a new Lexus city car.
The LF-SA concept is an ultra-compact 2+2 model that’s designed for an urban environment where small cars are essential. Lexus also calls the LF-SA a “driver-focused vehicle.”
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“Reflecting the spirit of weekend adventure in everyday city driving, the LF-SA concept explores a future in which Lexus drivers will still be able to enjoy the real life luxury of driving themselves, still enjoying the ultimate in on-board connectivity and safety.”
The Lexus LF-SA has a very tiny footprint at 135.8-inches long, 66.9 inches wide and 56.3 inches high. But even though it’s tiny on the outside, there is room for four passengers. lexus hasn’t revealed any performance specs for the LF-SA.