Lexus LF-SA Concept Will Be Bold, but Which Segment Will It Ignite?
With the release of a shadowy teaser photo this week, Lexus has set off a stream of speculation about which type of vehicle it might present to the world when the new LF-SA concept debuts at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show next month. Some auto journalists have suggested that the Lexus LF-SA concept will be a preview of the next-generation styling of the best-selling Lexus RX SUV, while others have said it might be a replacement for the Lexus CT 200h hybrid hatchback. It may even be an all-new subcompact crossover that will slot below the game-changing Lexus NX!
Regardless of which type of vehicle the LF-SA concept will end up being, its teaser photo reveals enough to indicate that Lexus won’t be easing its push for sportier cars anytime soon. All the elements of the luxury brand’s bolder design language are displayed in full force, from the large spindle grille to the slanted headlamps and L-shaped daytime running lights. All in all, it’s sure to be a seriously handsome vehicle.
While we won’t go so far as to venture our own guess about the form the new Lexus LF-SA concept will take, we’ll definitely be paying close attention on March 3 when the vehicle is revealed. In the meantime, we suggest visiting our Lexus dealership near Fort Lauderdale, FL to check out the brand’s latest models, such as the totally new Lexus RC coupe and NX crossover. Come test-drive the most daring vehicles on the market right now!
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