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Monday, March 9, 2015

Lexus hatchback concept looks extreme

After briefly showing the leaks of its highlight lights in the darkness, now finally Lexus revealed the newest concept, the LF-SA. This concept will premiered at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, starting March 3 to 15, 2015. With the sub-compact size such as smoothes the difference lines from the compact coupe, crossover, and hatchback into one.
Teaser image of Lexus LF-SA that emerged sometime ago. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1FMcezd)
From its appearance, the concept is touted as a challenger to the Mini, Audi A1, or Smart ForFour and looks pretty extreme. Not only on the slim body that always attaching to the previous Lexus models, the concept is actually looks more complicated.
The figure of the concept Lexus LF-SA finally revealed a few moments before the event of 2015 Geneva Motor Show opened. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1N750vd)
Indentations in various parts, ranging from the hood, A, B, and C pillars, shows a pile of body lines. Grille design is appropriate to red lines 'spindle grille' which also carried by another Lexus models. The difference is, a snake scales grille which centered on the Lexus emblem in the middle. Not to forget the typical LED, emanating from both sides of the bumper.
Interior and dashboard view of Lexus LF-SA Concept. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1N750vd)
Lexus illustrates this concept as, "The spirit of the new design trends and exploration into unexpected territory for Lexus. Additions are understood to be anything fancy, focus on vehicles designed for the future and has been increasingly influenced by technology and virtual security."
The body design of Lexus LF-SA Concept looks much more extreme than the previous Lexus models. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1N750vd)
If this variant be produced, this Lexus subcompact has a similar design to the first generation of Mercedes-Benz A-Class (1997-2004) and second (2004-2012). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARSCOOP]
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