Lexus UX Concept first appeared at the Paris Motor Show 2016. This concept car serves unusual exterior and interior design. The future compact SUV is built with a length of 4,400 mm, height of 1,520 mm, width of 1,900 mm and 2,640 mm of wheelbase, which results from the ED2 design, which is the Lexus central design in southern France. The concept car is a new step to improve the design of the Lexus driving experience.
The exterior displays a sporty design language. It can be seen that the exterior design touch is very different from previous Lexus cars. The equation is only found on the spindle grille, which has become the hallmark of Lexus in the world.
The interior was designed by embedding innovative 3D technology, Human Machine Interface (HMI). This technology allows passengers to feel the sensation of the future cockpit, because the features in it can be enabled with hand gestures. The purpose of the HMI is to make the physical work becomes easier.
Another breakthrough in kinetic seat. This uniquely shaped seat is claimed will improve the ease of driving and provide comfort during the activity of driving. Lexus itself uses aluminum binding backrest and a pedestal shaped like a spider web.
It could be said that the Lexus UX Concept is a series of development of the Lexus SUV cars that was originally started by the Lexus RX. Meanwhile, the growing SUV market in Europe, which triggered the emergence of the idea of the formation of the Lexus UX Concept. A Lexus UX concept with a distinctive design and versatile interior is targeting a broader segment as a young child in an urban society. Lexus UX Concept comes with a unique design and versatile interior, it aims to target a broader segment like the youth in urban communities.
The Lexus UX Concept is a car with 4 seats that feature brutal design. The plan will have a 4×4 wheel drive system with a rather high ground clearance thanks to the use of the rim 21″wrapped on 255/50 tires. Unfortunately, Lexus does not include information on when the car is started, to enter the production line.