Lexus introduced the amazing LF-30 electro concept

Lexus introduced the amazing LF-30 electro concept

October 23, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

The Japanese novelty received a 536-horsepower engine, as well as massive doors. The spectacular concept car has four electric motors. Acceleration to the first 100 kph takes 3.8 seconds, and the maximum speed is 200 km / h.

The Tokyo Motor Show in 2019 is in full swing, and this means that automakers have already put their cars on public display. Lexus, the premium brand, introduced its new concept car, the LF-30, as part of the 46th dealership. This is a rather spectacular electric car, which, according to the assurances of company representatives, should show how all similar brand models will look and develop.

This four-seater has gigantic wing wings and a massive glass roof extending from front to back.

The LF-30 is actually quite large – its length is 5,090 mm, the width is 1,995 mm, the height is 1,600 mm, and the wheelbase is 3,200 mm. It weighs 2,400 kg, but this is understandable, because the car is equipped with four electric motors – one for each wheel. This layout allows the car to use front, rear or four-wheel drive, depending on driving conditions.

  With a total capacity of 536 horsepower and a torque of 700 Nm, the latest Lexus concept develops speeds of up to 100 km / h in just 3.8 seconds and reaches a top speed of 200 km / h. The electric motors are powered by a large 110 kW battery installed in the floor in order to improve the center of gravity and, therefore, the handling of the car. According to representatives of Lexus, the LF-30 concept can travel on electricity up to 500 kilometers. The car has support for wireless charging.

  Of the features of the concept, it is worth noting the ability to adjust the opacity of the side windows, while the absence of B-pillars makes it easier for passengers to sit and drop off at the rear. The futuristic interior has a front passenger seat that simulates a first-class seat on an airliner, and in front of a large display, from where you can access a wide range of functions.