Lexus showed in Los Angeles electric LF-30November 21, 2019
The concept has an unusual design and is designed to show the brand’s vision in terms of electric cars.
On the eve of the Japanese company Lexus showed the electric concept car LF-30 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The goal of the automaker was not just a presentation of the car and its features, but a way to convey its vision in the future of electric cars. Recall that over the next few years, Lexus plans to make a leap in terms of the development of electric cars. For this, a Lexus Electrified strategy was developed.
The LF-30 was first shown this year at the Tokyo Motor Show. The main idea behind the Lexus electric car concept is to increase performance, driveability and driving pleasure. The Japanese brand is going to promote such an idea, despite the active introduction of unmanned vehicles.
To do this, Lexus Electrified technology has developed a special power plant control system in which you can configure battery and power settings.
The company also intends to implement suspension and brake control systems, making the most of the potential of the HV. Most likely, the appearance of the concept car will have little in common with the future production version. However, in order to convey the ideas of the future, it is precisely such a futuristic design that is best suited.
Recall that the premiere of the Lexus LC 500 cabriolet is expected at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The manufacturer added some features to it compared to the coupe version.
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