Monday, September 09, 2013

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Lexus revealed today the new LF-NX, which is a new compact crossover concept that's going to have its public debut next week at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show. The Lexus LF-NX is powered by a new version of the carmaker's Hybrid Drive system, which has been modified for use in an SUV. 
The Lexus LF-NX comes with a shamelessly aggressive exterior design, which is an evolution of the car manufacturer's L-finesse design language. The LF-NX concept comes with LED daytime running lights with a distinctive design, and muscular wheel arches. Lexus is going to present the LF-NX in Frankfurt wearing a Brushed Metal Silver exterior finish, which aims to make the concept look like it was carved from a single piece of metal.
At the interior, the Lexus LF-NX shows the well-known "Human Oriented" styling language, with an upper display zone and a lower operation zone, Sunrise Yellow / Black leather upholstery, and blue instruments. For the LF-NX, Lexus has developed touch-sensitive electrostatic switches and a touch pad Remote Touch Interface (RTI). 

Lexus did not say anything about putting the LF-NX into production yet.
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