Lexus announced that they will bring a crossover concept at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The Japanese automaker claims that the vehicle has the potential of being the "next genre in luxury crossover vehicles."
A month before the acclaimed schedule debut, Lexus released a teaser image of its latest addition to its vehicle lineup. Dubbed as the LF-1 Limitless, it appears that Lexus’ upcoming crossover comes with striking taillights, which sort of resembles the one found on the UX concept.
Also, there's this sloping rear window that is instantly noticeable, as well as what looks like a third brake light in the rear roof. The color looks quite a bit of an orangey-bronze finish, complemented by the illuminating Lexus emblem. Lastly, the reflecting blue light on the roof hints that the car could be equipped with a glass roof panel.
Is it electric? A hybrid? Or perhaps an automated crossover? Only Lexus knows at this point, but we're certain that more details regarding the new crossover from the Japanese automaker will come out prior the 2018 NAIAS. The only information that was handed out was that it was created by the CALTY design studio in Southern California. So, we guess it's best for us to wait for a few more weeks to find out.
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