Lexus wants to boom the crossover segment. The concept will be placed under the NX model. It features some wild styling and is more angular. The production variant will have the identical platform with the C-HR from Toyota. Expect it to have hybrid powerplants and convention petrol motors.
The model stood out at the Motor Show in Paris because of its futuristic cabin. It has a flexible material woven around a skeleton. In such a way the sets look like hammocks.
The 4-seat model’s audience is among younger enthusiasts who want a coupe-like driving experience along with SUV capabilities. There will be more details in 2017 when the automaker releases a toned-down variant of the model as a production one.