Lexus LF-SA Concept Photo Gallery (10 Photos)


No, you’re not looking at a Decepticon character from the next “Transformers” movie. This is the Lexus LF-SA concept debuting at the 2015 Geneva International Motor Show. It showcases Toyota’s luxury division’s take on what the brand can do in the sub-B segment — smaller than a Toyota Yaris, for example. Lexus says the four-seat, city-focused LF-SA’s styling is inspired by upcoming design trends and explores uncharted territory for the brand.

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The LF-SA’s edgy, aggressive shape is a theme explored in the Lexus LF-NX concept SUV that partially made its way to production in the guise of the NX 200t and NX 300h. At 135.8 inches long, 66.9 inches wide and 56.3 inches high, the LF-SA concept is 15.7 inches longer, 0.8 inches wider and 2.8 inches shorter than the Scion iQ, another sub-B-segment car in the Toyota family.

The LF-SA’s interior features a head-up display and driver-centric design. The driver’s seat is in a fixed position so adjustability is offered through an adjustable steering wheel and pedals that bring the vehicle to the driver. With no driver’s seat adjustability, passengers enter the rear two seats through a sliding front passenger seat. Judging by the LF-SA’s size, the sliding front passenger seat is a feature not likely to be used often if the LF-SA makes it to production.

Check out the gallery below; manufacturer images.

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