It seems every automaker is doing everything possible to update their SUV looks. Probably the market is demanding a move from sedans to SUVs and automakers have no choice but to comply.
New SUVs are coming over while older models are getting an uplift. The Lexus LF-1 Limitless is poised to know this luxury flagship as we know it.
It is reported that while the concept car features 5014 × 1986 and a height 1605 mm, the commercial model will be 5005 × 1980 × with a height of 1595 mm. It will also come with triangular screens placed below the driver’s direct line of sight.
Further, phone access, menus, and driver assistance features such as lane assist will come attached to the steering wheel. Other important infotainment features are placed on a touchpad in the center console.
There are also light and door controls placed on a glass panel right above the driver’s head. These are fundamental interior changes meant to help easier maneuvering and control.
Rear passengers will each have an infotainment screen of their own. At the center console are controls for heated seating.
The vehicle is generally fitted with lots of touch-sensitive buttons in various places throughout the cabin. The vehicle’s front is primly reshaped.
The grille is wider and more exaggerated with LEDs spreading through the grille replacing traditional headlights.
The elongated length of the LF-1 Limitless points to an intention to compete with the likes of the BMW X6 and the Audi Q8. With that, the battle lines for the best performer is drawn.
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