A powerful reinterpretation of the Lexus design signatures, the UX Concept reflects Lexus’ determination that each of its models should have a unique, stand-alone character with a strong concept behind it; here represented by the powerful, inside out design concept and deconstructed interior styling.

Designed by ED2, Lexus' design centre in the South of France, the UX Concept’s bold design embodies technologies that inspire the imagination to create a fully immersive experience.

This sensation is generated through cockpit ergonomics which flow from the driver's body, and innovative three-dimensional HMI technology. The concept also features a first design execution of a breakthrough seat technology, the Kinetic Seat Concept, designed by Lexus in response to a re-evaluation of the principles of car seat occupancy.

Learn more about the UX concept here.



The LF-FC flagship concept was revealed at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. A visionary new vehicle, the concept offers a compelling peek into the design and technology direction of the future flagship sedan. “The LF-FC expresses our progressive luxury and high-tech vision of a not so distant future” said Tokuo Fukuichi, Lexus International President.

The LF-FC's fresh styling embodies Lexus’ “L-finesse” design philosophy with an aggressively elegant exterior design while the spacious interior is luxurious, comfortable and futuristic.

Innovation features prominently in the concept. At the heart of the LF-FC is a high output fuel cell power system that powers all four wheels. Technology in the interior is highlighted by an advanced human machine interface centered around a holographic image, while automated driving technologies help provide a safe and efficient driving experience.

Learn more about the LF-FC concept here.



Last year marked the 25th anniversary of the very first Lexus, the LS 400 sedan. To celebrate this milestone, Lexus challenged ED2 - Lexus' Europe-based design studio to create a concept of an ultra-compact, sub-B-segment, urban 2+2. An illustration of Lexus' passion for upcoming design trends, the LF-SA Concept explores unexpected territories for the brand in a bold and emotional execution.

In a future world which many people see as increasingly influenced by technology and virtual experiences, the LF-SA Concept is also a driver-focused vehicle, reflecting Lexus' vision that real driving experiences will remain the ultimate luxury. From that insight, the LF-SA Concept combines an audacious interpretation of the brand's L-finesse design philosophy, never losing sight of the driving pleasure that will always define Lexus' progressive luxury.

Reflecting the spirit of weekend adventure in everyday city driving, the LF-SA Concept explores a future in which Lexus drivers will still be able to enjoy the real life luxury of driving themselves, still enjoying the ultimate in on-board connectivity, infotainment and safety. This spirit of adventure is even reflected in the concept's colour scheme; the Stellar silver exterior finish a reference to space exploration, the interior inspired by the spectacle of a solar eclipse.

Learn more about the LF-SA concept here.


LF-C2. Open Air Luxury GT Concept.

The LF-C2 concept, revealed at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show, is a design study in the form of a 2+2 roadster and explores key styling themes involved in the Lexus brand's future, bolder styling direction. The LF-C2 is also a luxury Grand Touring concept inspired by the brand's passion for driving.

The LF-C2 concept involves a highly styled 2+2 layout, and is derived from a pure and simple sports coupe idea. As a roadster concept, the LF-C2 concept does not have any kind of top covering the cabin.

The exterior styling of the LF-C2 was influenced by the way various surface shapes interact with different types of light. Designers created edges, planes and curvature that would allow the LF-C2 to exude a different character when seen from different angles and under different lighting conditions. This objective when combined with Lexus' layered paint process results in a striking and progressive interpretation of an open top luxury GT.

Step inside, and the LF-C2 treats its occupants to a luxurious and spacious cabin that flawlessly matches the sporty elegance of the exterior. The exterior extends into the cabin as the center console originates from the rear deck and runs down the length of the cabin all the way to the dashboard.

Learn more about the LF-C2 concept here.

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LF-NX. Crossover Distinction.

The distinctive LF-NX Crossover concept was revealed at the 2013 Frankfurt motor show, exploring the potential for a compact Crossover within the Lexus model range.

Featuring a new variant of the Lexus Hybrid Drive system tuned for SUV performance, the LF-NX concept reinforces Lexus' leading position in full hybrid drive technology.

The highly distinctive and powerfully sculpted styling reflects a further evolution of Lexus' L-finesse design language. Lexus’ signature spindle grille dominates the front, while muscular arches typify an urban crossover. The tailgate and rear edge create the silhouette of an athletic coupe.

The interior features bold forms and carved metal surfacing in a driver-focused environment. The control display is organized into Lexus' "Human-oriented" ideal operation zones.

The model on display at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show will be equipped with a new, high performance and environmentally friendly 2.0L turbocharged engine. This new design element offers a unique, sporty drive only deliverable with a turbo.

Learn more about LF-NX here.


LF-CC. L-finesse Evolution.

Lexus unveiled its stunning, all-new, hybrid coupe concept to the world, the LF-CC at the 2012 Paris International Motor Show.

Drawing inspiration and design elements from the LFA and the award-winning LF-LC concept coupe, Lexus created an all-new aerodynamic design - a perfect blend of form and function. All powered by an all-new, full hybrid powertrain to deliver the power of a sporting coupe with low CO 2 emissions.

The latest evolution of the unique L-finesse design language features the signature spindle grille and a super bright 3 LED-projector headlamp design.

The split zone driver's dashboard creates a highly focused driving environment, with the warm, elegant amber leather finish on the seats, door panels and instrument binnacle hood providing an elegant yet sporting image.

The Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain is an all-new, ultra-smooth 2.5 litre 4-cylinder petrol engine mated to a compact, high-output, water-cooled electric motor, together achieving class-leading energy efficiencies. The hybrid drive system also comprises a generator, a high-performance battery and a power split device, combining dynamic power allocation according to on-demand driving requirements.


LF-LC. The Start of Something Big.

Lexus Concept Coupe's new color unveiled in Australia in October 2012. The Opal Blue exterior is inspired by the lustrous base color found in the naturally occurring semi-precious opal stone of outback Australia.

The head-turning LF-LC hybrid coupe pushes the boundaries of performance, style and technology, the concept showcases the future of design debuted at the Detroit Auto Show in early 2012. The LF-LC features Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive, delivering both driving performance and fuel efficiency.

The LF-LC leverages project LFA in marrying carbon fibre and aluminum alloy materials to achieve a light and driver-responsive body mass.

The signature spindle grille, sumptuous curves and dynamic angles create a powerful, dynamic silhouette of a serious driver's car. The tail lamps are inspired by the look of a jet afterburner and create an "L" shape that lead the viewer's eye down to the powerful Lexus quad exhaust. The Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive system features the powerful Atkinson cycle combustion engine and advanced high-energy battery pack, developing a powerful 438HP.


LF-Gh. The Future Of Luxury Sports Hybrids.

The Lexus LF-Gh (Lexus Future Luxury Sports Hybrid) Concept debuted at the 2011 New York International Auto Show, revealing a bold new design direction for future Lexus vehicles and setting new standards for what a luxury sports sedan should be.

Searching to integrate often contradictory characteristics such as style and functionality, Lexus designers delivered a harmonious blend of form and function, found in the grille design contributing to efficient aerodynamics and cooling operations, as well as seamless air flows from the front inlets - next to the vertically arranged LED fog lamps - through to the slim outlets at the rear that follow the curve of the tail lamps.

In addition to the bold new spindle grille, the designers created distinctive boomerang LED tail lamps. The deep front bumper adds to the sense of movement while the raised bonnet hints at the power within.

Multi dual spoke 20 inch wheels, subtle chrome trim elements in the bumper, exhaust and diffuser, LED headlamps and L-shaped daytime running lights, stand the LF-Gh apart.

The technologically advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive orchestrates optimum performance, efficiency and environmental sensitivity.


LF-Ch. Designing No-Compromise Compact Luxury.

The Lexus LF-Ch hybrid concept made its world debut in 2009 at the Frankfurt motor show, reflecting the growing demand for smaller, more environmentally sensitive vehicles which offer no compromise in levels of refinement and driving pleasure.

The LF-Ch’s fluid body styling is a powerful evolution of the Lexus L-finesse design philosophy, from the visual harmony between the interior and exterior design, through to it’s leading-edge engineering and technology. Its full hybrid powertrain delivers the performance, low fuel consumption and emissions expected of a premium Lexus hybrid vehicle.


LF-AR. Convertible Awe.

The Lexus Future-Advance Roadster show model featured side cameras in place of standard mirrors, and a two-tone interior. A convertible version of the awe-inspiring LFA supercar, the Roadster was unveiled at the 2008 Detroit Motor Show and designated with "F" badges indicating its place as a member of the Lexus F performance division.

With the same strong yet lightweight carbon fibre and aluminum body as the LFA coupe, this extraordinary vehicle is also powered by a high-revving V10 engine.

Heart-stopping performance, combined with the always striking L finesse design philosophy, has resulted in a vehicle that transforms the pleasure of open-topped motoring into an adrenaline-charged, one-of-a-kind driving experience.


LF-A. Supercar Disruption in Conception.

The LF-A concept in 2007 featured a more aerodynamic exterior, a near-production interior, and F marque emblems. Later that year, Lexus GB director Steve Settle indicated plans for a V10 and hybrid version of the LF-A. Test mules continued to be spotted at the Nürburgring, including early models with a large, fixed rear wing. In December 2007, Auto Express reported that the LF-A had set an unofficial 7:24 lap record at the Nürburgring.


LF-Xh. Bold and Breathtaking.

With dramatic styling that represents a bold evolution of L-finesse design, the LF-Xh demanded immediate attention when it was unveiled at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show.

Beneath the fluid curves of this striking vehicle lies the Lexus Hybrid Drive system in which a V6 petrol engine works seamlessly with a high output electric motor.

The result of this advanced technology is breathtaking performance that delivers a smooth, quiet ride, combined with the fuel efficiency and low emissions expected from a vehicle that looks to the future.



Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in late 2005, from this concept car the fourth generation Lexus LS range was developed.

The LF-Sh was an exterior concept only, with an interior fitted to the 2006 concept car at the North American Motor Show.

LF-Sh features such as LED headlamps, exhaust vents/rear bumper integration and all-wheel drive hybrid were eventually added to the LS model range.


LF-A. Debut at the Detroit Motor Show.

The Lexus LF-A made its first debut among a blur of camera flashes at the 2005 Detroit Motor Show. Even though the schedule for putting this concept car on sale remained in question, the motor journalists visiting the show from around the world could not hide their delight and surprise at the debut of the first Lexus super sports car.

Peppered by rapid-fire questioning from journalists at the show, Chief Engineer Tanahashi unmistakably felt the special meaning of, and the extreme difficulty that comes from debuting a Lexus model in the category of “super sports”.


LF-C. Convertible Innovations.

Lexus unveiled the LF-C at the 2004 New York Auto Show featuring a retractable hardtop design allowing for coupe, convertible, targa, or speedster configurations via a four-position glass roof.

Fitted with a V8 engine and rear-wheel drive. Unique features included a one-touch activation button, crystal LED tail lamps, suede bucket seats, a 3D instrument panel, drive-by-wire, and a translucent crystal center console with blue backlighting. The LF-C also featured retractable rear-view cameras in place of side mirrors on the doors and rear bumper.

The design choices shown in the LF-C hinted at a convertible version of the IS 250/350 and design cues appeared in the debut of the second generation Lexus IS.


LF-X. Cross-Over to the Future.

A thrilling glimpse at the future of automotive design, once behind the wheel you'd be forgiven for thinking you were sitting in the cockpit of a sleek, high-tech jet.

The futuristic dashboard utilizes the innovative technology employed throughout the vehicle, putting the driver firmly in control. The generous interior and refined levels of luxury ensure the journey is one of pure pleasure for both driver and passengers alike.

The LF-X design fits between the RX crossover and the GX large SUV. The LF-X was produced using the GS 430 platform, and equipped with a 300 horsepower V8 engine. The instrument panel was designed to be customizable for size, position, and color. Rear seat entertainment screens could be deployed from the center console.


LF-S. Bringing the Future Home.

The LF-S is a concept luxury sedan which unveiled in 2003 at the Tokyo Motor Show, signaling its intentions to launch Lexus in its home country. Unique features of the LF-S concept included side-mounted cameras instead of mirrors, an air stream style windshield cleansing system, transparent panoramic roof with security illumination, and keyless entry. Design cues from the LF-S, particularly the slingshot cabin, sleek profile, and rear deck lid, appeared in the third generation Lexus GS production sedan.

The LF-S was powered by a high-output hybrid V8 system with all-wheel drive, marking the conceptual debut of a Lexus vehicle with hybrid technology.