The 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show is only 5 days away, which will host many unveilings of numerous brands. From new cars, innovative technologies to hybrids, the Motor Show will host all the possibilities of the future and the present. Talking about the future, Lexus the Japanese division of Toyota will be revealing their new compact crossover called the LF-NX. The new LF-NX is powered by a new version of the Hybrid drive system developed by the company which has been tuned to deliver the performance of an SUV.
The body of the LF-NX is definitely a design suitable for the future, it’s raw and powerful with distinctive contours on it. The design reflects the evolution of the company’s L-finesse blueprint language. The front fascia of the car has a spindle grille, aggressively designed headlamps with self-regulating DRL (daytime running LEDs), only one of its kind corner styling which isolates the bumper from the front faction with an insistent vertical incision. The wheel arches are obviously muscular, since that’s a latest trend in concept cars, with black protective arch covers, that can be found in a standard urban crossover.
The rear of the car has highly articulated lamp clusters, which are comprehensive to scheme downwards to the full profundity of the bumper, creating an aerodynamic, sharp sprawling edge to the crossover which emulates the front section detailing. The car is colored in novel brushed metal silver that gives the LF-NX a very nice futuristic ‘Transformer’ kind of look. What’s more unique is the fact that, the whole body of the car was carved out of one single block of rock-hard metal. The interior also supports the futuristic outside look, buttons are totally absent on the dashboard, everything has to be controlled using the RTI (remote touch interface), the seats look and may feel like a cockpit, and the whole interior is covered with sunrise yellow and black leather.