Lexus unveiled the LF-SA concept at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first Lexus – the LS 400 sedan. The urban car concept was created at the company’s European design studio, ED2. The 2+2 sub-B-segment car is 135.8 inches long, 66.9 inches wide and 56.3 inches tall, and reflects the brand’s commitment towards sophisticated design and styling regardless of the size or segment.
As expected, the ultra-compact Lexus LF-SA is not hitting the streets in the near future. Citing a conversation with Mark Templin, VP & GM of Lexus, a new report from Green Car Reports reveals that the company never intended to build a car that small and doesn’t plan to introduce the same at the moment.
Mr. Templin says that in the future urban congestion will increase and traffic, parking and manueuvering cars will be problematic. This will be the time when the need for ultra-compact urban cars will arise and the company, through this concept, is showing how a Lexus could then look like.
Lexus LF-SA – Image Gallery
[Source: Green Car Reports]