Lexus LF-Z introduces the next electric vehicle
Lexus LF-Z introduces the next electric vehicle

Toyota followed other peers in the all-electric car industry, including luxury brand Lexus, when the Japanese brand launched the LF-Z concept car, which sets the company's path toward an electric future.

Lexus doesn't pay much attention to electric cars. He launched his first car in late 2019 and has since gone on to sell custom versions of the current cars to a limited audience.

However, the Toyota-owned brand is preparing to deepen its commitment to electric cars and has just launched the LF-Z, signaling the path toward electric cars.

The concept vehicle makes an impression of the simple and attractive appearance of an electric Lexus.

New Direct4 all-wheel drive technology provides more precise engine control for different situations and fast performance.

Basically, Direct4 is just a branded version of Torque Vector, which can independently transfer power to each wheel, thus improving traction in high-performance situations.

Lexus estimates that going from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour takes three seconds.

The company also expects a 90-kilowatt battery that can travel 373 miles in a straight line to strengthen the body and keep the cab stable.

The interior is designed for an environment free from interference. The system features a head-up display, a driver-centered touch screen system (no passenger-side display here) and an AI voice assistant that learns your preferences while maintaining your vision. Always stay on the road.

The steering wheel and buttons on the windshield have been closely coordinated to create space with different functions, for example: navigation system, audio system, and driving mode selection.

You can talk to rear-seat passengers with the touchscreen headliner. Just like with Tesla, there's a new steering wheel in place of the traditional steering wheel.

The automaker also made preparations for the day so the owner can use the digital key and others can access their car, whether that's a friend on the road or a courier delivering the package to the trunk of the car.

Don't expect the LF-Z not to go into production without major changes, as it represents a set of technologies that Lexus aims to achieve by 2025, when every model the company manufactures comes with an EV or hybrid version. .

The company said it will deliver 20 new cars by 2025, only 10 of which will be fully electric, hybrid or hydrogen.


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