Japanese presented in Detroit, Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept

At the January Auto Show in Detroit 2018, Lexus showed the public the conceptual LF-1 Limitless crossover, which is designed to demonstrate how, according to the Japanese, a luxurious flagship all-terrain vehicle should look like. The design of the model was developed in the Californian design studio CALTY Design Research, whose employees tried to make the exterior look like a forged Japanese sword. The car got an athletic folded silhouette with a far rearward cabin, and the wheels are painted 22-inch alloy wheels. Curiously, the Lexus specialists refused to use chrome decorative elements, while the conceptual LF-1 Limitless received a massive radiator grille with LED backlighting, welcoming the driver to the car. The cabin of the crossover was developed with an emphasis on maximum comfort for each passenger. There are no analog buttons on the front panel, and minor functions (for example, multimedia) are controlled by a gesture system and with a minimal touch screen. Information on the technical filling of the prototype was not provided, but the head of CALTY Design Research, Kevin Hunter, said that in terms of performance in terms of car performance is not inferior to the top modern sedans. Naturally, like other modern concepts, the project from Lexus implies the presence of a full autopilot. Serial production of Lexus LF-1 Limitless Concept is not planned, while the company stressed that if they decide on the release of the flagship crossover, then it will look like this.

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