In pics: Lexus unveils LF-Z Electrified concept EV

Lexus plans to drive in 10 battery electric vehicles by 2025 with two new models this year itself.Lexus LF-Z Electrified concept EV has a cruising range of 600 kilometres courtesy a 90 kWh battery pack.
By : HT Auto Desk
| Updated on: 30 Mar 2021, 06:27 PM
Lexus has unveiled the LF-Z Electrified concept car, which aims to chart the company's course in an electric future. It is a part of the company's 20 new vehicles offensive by 2025.
1/7 Lexus has unveiled the LF-Z Electrified concept car, which aims to chart the company's course in an electric future. It is a part of the company's 20 new vehicles offensive by 2025.
Lexus has unveiled the LF-Z Electrified concept car, which aims to chart the company's course in an electric future. It is a part of the company's 20 new vehicles offensive by 2025.
Lexus has unveiled the LF-Z Electrified concept car, which aims to chart the company's course in an electric future. It is a part of the company's 20 new vehicles offensive by 2025.
The concept car is angular and futuristic in its appearance. It is shorter than most modern Lexus vehicles still presents a kind of inversion of the company's iconic massive grille; instead of a black diamond grid pattern.
2/7 The concept car is angular and futuristic in its appearance. It is shorter than most modern Lexus vehicles still presents a kind of inversion of the company's iconic massive grille; instead of a black diamond grid pattern.
The concept car is angular and futuristic in its appearance. It is shorter than most modern Lexus vehicles still presents a kind of inversion of the company's iconic massive grille; instead of a black diamond grid pattern.
The concept car is angular and futuristic in its appearance. It is shorter than most modern Lexus vehicles still presents a kind of inversion of the company's iconic massive grille; instead of a black diamond grid pattern.
Its rear features a continuous light bar that is broken only by the company's reinvented brand. And there is a panoramic glass roof extending across the top of the vehicle.
3/7 Its rear features a continuous light bar that is broken only by the company's reinvented brand. And there is a panoramic glass roof extending across the top of the vehicle.
Its rear features a continuous light bar that is broken only by the company's reinvented brand. And there is a panoramic glass roof extending across the top of the vehicle.
Its rear features a continuous light bar that is broken only by the company's reinvented brand. And there is a panoramic glass roof extending across the top of the vehicle.

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The interior is more radical and have shell seats with a distinctive geometric appearance and are surrounded by various lighting elements. On the other hand, it is quite sparse, except for the cluster of screens that hug the steering wheel.
4/7 The interior is more radical and have shell seats with a distinctive geometric appearance and are surrounded by various lighting elements. On the other hand, it is quite sparse, except for the cluster of screens that hug the steering wheel.
The interior is more radical and have shell seats with a distinctive geometric appearance and are surrounded by various lighting elements. On the other hand, it is quite sparse, except for the cluster of screens that hug the steering wheel.
The interior is more radical and have shell seats with a distinctive geometric appearance and are surrounded by various lighting elements. On the other hand, it is quite sparse, except for the cluster of screens that hug the steering wheel.
Lexus claims the LF-Z Electrified concept car can churn out a maximum power of 544 hp and 700 Nm of peak torque. It can accelerate from zero to 100 kmph in three seconds flat, while the top speed is 200 kmph.
5/7 Lexus claims the LF-Z Electrified concept car can churn out a maximum power of 544 hp and 700 Nm of peak torque. It can accelerate from zero to 100 kmph in three seconds flat, while the top speed is 200 kmph.
Lexus claims the LF-Z Electrified concept car can churn out a maximum power of 544 hp and 700 Nm of peak torque. It can accelerate from zero to 100 kmph in three seconds flat, while the top speed is 200 kmph.
Lexus claims the LF-Z Electrified concept car can churn out a maximum power of 544 hp and 700 Nm of peak torque. It can accelerate from zero to 100 kmph in three seconds flat, while the top speed is 200 kmph.
The LF-Z is able to travel up to 600 km on single charge thanks to a 90 kWh battery that can be charged with a 150 kW charger.
6/7 The LF-Z is able to travel up to 600 km on single charge thanks to a 90 kWh battery that can be charged with a 150 kW charger.
The LF-Z is able to travel up to 600 km on single charge thanks to a 90 kWh battery that can be charged with a 150 kW charger.
The LF-Z is able to travel up to 600 km on single charge thanks to a 90 kWh battery that can be charged with a 150 kW charger.
Lexus says that this concept car was designed to achieve optimal balance and inertia while driving, thanks to the ideal positioning of the battery and engines.
7/7 Lexus says that this concept car was designed to achieve optimal balance and inertia while driving, thanks to the ideal positioning of the battery and engines.
Lexus says that this concept car was designed to achieve optimal balance and inertia while driving, thanks to the ideal positioning of the battery and engines.
Lexus says that this concept car was designed to achieve optimal balance and inertia while driving, thanks to the ideal positioning of the battery and engines.
First Published Date: 30 Mar 2021, 06:27 PM IST
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