The Lexus LF-SA is a three-door, subcompact city car with unique
styling and an unusual configuration.
The Lexus LF-SA is part subcompact car and part mini-crossover,
with just a sprinking of coupe-like styling added for good
measure. It's an eye-catching piece of design, and one which continues
Lexus' tradition of creating controvertial love-it or hate-it concepts.
Lexus say the LF-SA concept was: "...conceived as a luxurious,
driver-focused vehicle, designed to address a future world that is
more influenced by technology and virtual experiences".
The LF-SA features Lexus' trademark spindle grille up front. But that's
about the only recognisable Lexus design feature. Without the badges
there isn't much else to tie the concept to the Japanese manufacturer.
One of the more unusual design features of the Lexus LF-SA concept
are doors, which at first glance appear to be too small and virtually
useless. But in fact this is just a clever use of materials and the
doors are in fact normal sized for a compact vehicle.
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