Wanting to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the very first Lexus, the LS400 saloon, the Japanese manufacturer introduced the LF-SA Concept during this year Geneva Motor Show.


The car was created by Lexus European design studio and anticipates an ultra-compact (sub-B-segment) urban 2+2 model. The new concept presents an audacious interpretation of Lexus’s L-finesse design philosophy has 3,400mm long, 1,700mm wide and 1,430mm high.

The latest expression of the Lexus spindle grille sees an angular pattern radiating from the central Lexus emblem, developing from a two-dimensional graphic to a powerful three-dimensional form that strongly influences the front wings and side bodywork.

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The 2+2 cabin layout gives clear priority to the driver. The driver’s seat is fixed and the steering wheel and pedals are adjustable, bringing the vehicle to the driver rather than vice-versa.

The front passenger seat, however, is slide-adjustable to allow access to the rear. The infotainment system includes a hologram-style digital display incorporated in the instrument binnacle and a wide-angle head-up display.