Lexus LF-Z Electrified concept shows the future of the brand

Aiming to offer at least 20 fully electric, rechargeable hybrid or hybrid models by 2025; It demonstrated its vision of design, performance and technology with this concept.

Lexus, which includes hybrid versions in almost all of its product range, is one of the brands that are not mentioned much when it comes to fully electric models. But the company will put an end to this situation in the upcoming period. As a preview of this breakthrough, Lexus LF-Z is here with its Electrified concept.

According to the statement made by the brand, we will see the serial production version of the LF-Z Electrified concept, which successfully blends driving performance, design and advanced technologies, on the roads in 2025. When you look at the design of the concept, it is easily understood that it is a Lexus, but besides, there are many futuristic details in interior and exterior design.

The front part of the concept, which has a crossover-coupe-like body, catches the eye with thin LED lights and an illuminated logo. The bumper of the vehicle, whose nose is designed as a closed panel because it is electric, has a central air intake and a wing that extends across the width of the vehicle. In addition, we see that the front hood is curved towards the nose and the windshield is too tilted back.

The Lexus LF-Z Electrified’s crossover identity is emphasized by including black inserts on the fender ends. In addition, while the sporty atmosphere was supported by frameless door windows, hidden door handles and cameras used instead of traditional side mirrors contributed to the aerodynamic structure. In the concept study, where 22-inch wheels draw attention, we see that the area that divides the glass roof in two becomes a fin on the rear window. On the other hand, there is a stop group and a large diffuser in this area.

The interior of the concept is also home to very futuristic details. The U-shaped steering wheel draws attention in the four-seater area consisting of single seats. Behind it, there are digital screens with all the information about the vehicle. In addition to these, there is also a head-up display with augmented reality feature. In addition, features such as the multimedia system with artificial intelligence support that can be directed by voice commands and the Mark Levinson sound system are among the details that draw attention.

Other technical details of the concept, which can be used as front, rear or all-wheel drive thanks to the company’s Direct 4 technology, are as follows:

  • Total length 4880 mm
  • Total width 1960 mm
  • Total height 1600 mm
  • Wheelbase 2950 mm
  • Weight 2100 kg
  • Driving Range 600 km according to WLTP
  • Liquid-cooled Lithium-ion battery
  • 90 kWh battery capacity
  • 150 kW charging speed
  • 0-100 km / h acceleration in 3 seconds
  • Maximum speed 200 km / h
  • Maximum power 537 hp
  • Maximum torque 700 Nm

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