At the Tokyo motor show in 2019, the premiere of the concept Lexus LF-30 is Electrified, which is designed to demonstrate the vision of the electric drone of the future from the Japanese manufacturer. Presented the show car has received an aggressive design of the front, while the side of the car stands out a rapid tapered silhouette with a deep punch on the sidewalls and massive wheels.
Access to the interior of the prototype is carried out through the large overhead doors. Itself cabin quadruple, while for its finish the Japanese used recycled and natural wood. On the front panel installed a few large monitors and the wheel-the wheel at the same time control functionality using swipe gestures (system Lexus Advanced Posture Control).
The concept also boasts of a premium Mark Levinson sound system with compact speakers in the headrests of the seats with which the Japanese implemented the system of active noise cancellation. Part sloping glass roof SkyGate (above the rear passengers) can turn into a projection screen, which can display navigation maps, video streaming, etc.
In length, the Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept reaches 5 090 mm with a wheelbase of 3,200 mm. it is Reported that each wheel model has the motor that allows you to operate the machine in a front-engine, rear – wheel-drive modes.
In sum, the performance of all units is 544 HP (700 Nm). This “stuffing” allows electrocare to accelerate from 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds, while top speed is limited at 200 km/h. Futuristic Lexus received capacious battery (110 kWh), providing the dvuhdverka a cruising range of 500 km.
Note that under the rear bumper LF-30 Concept can be detected wireless charger, which you need to place a mate at the garage itself. As for wired charging, the capacity reaches 150 kW.
Another feature of the car is the steering, which is implemented “on the wire”, that is the wheel of the car has no mechanical connection to the wheels. Plus, available advanced autopilot with the function of Parking (as the models Tesla).
To start the serial production of the concept Lexus LF-30 Electrified the Japanese are not going, but the first production electric car company is not far off — it promised to be present at the November motor show in Los Angeles.