Different from the previous UX300e, the LF-Z pure electric concept car is based on a dedicated tram platform,
and its appearance is more radical than the existing TNGA platform car series:
Although many design elements are intended for concept demonstrations,
the company hints that the rear brake light style and new car logo will be used in real cars:
The driving position in the car adopts a flight cockpit layout,
an augmented reality head-up display and an integrated steering wheel with both hands on the stick can provide the driver with a more focused driving experience.
At the same time, frameless doors and color-changing panoramic sunroof provide passengers with a more open riding experience.
The performance-oriented LF-Z is driven by a 536-horsepower rear-mounted motor with a torque of 700 N·m and a zero-hundred time of 3.0 seconds.
The power can be distributed between the front and rear axles through the new Direct4 four-wheel drive system.
Steering wheel uses fly-by-wire operation to block mechanical connections.
Lexus believes that this will eliminate vibration and provide more precise driving directions.
The LF-Z chassis is longitudinally covered with 90KWH lithium battery packs,
and the WLTP has a cruising range of 600 kilometers.
The company announced that it will launch 20 new cars before 2025,
half of which are hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or pure electric vehicles.