Lexus Electric Car Concept Represents Automaker’s Future
Lexus introduced the RX 400h hybrid SUV more than 15 years ago, making it the first electrified luxury vehicle in the world. Since then, Lexus has sold nearly two million electrified cars and SUVs, and offers nine of them across all of its global markets.
In 2019, the automaker revealed its Lexus Electrified vision for the future, a roadmap for transitioning to electrification while continuing “to provide its customers with the enjoyment and pleasure that cars have to offer.”
Now, the Lexus LF-Z Electrified represents a three-dimensional proof point of that vision. A battery electric vehicle (BEV) concept car, the LF-Z Elecrified possesses the style, performance, and technology that Lexus expects to put on sale by 2025.