No, the Lexus LF-30 Electrified isn’t going into production, but it shows the company is serious (at last) about full electric vehicles.
The company, like Toyota, is developing electric cars (not just hybrids), and they’ll be available in a few years time. For now, they’d like to distract us with this piece of future thinking.
The LF-30 Electrified has a motor for each wheel, and they make a total of 400kW (536hp) and 700Nm (516 lb-ft). It has a 0-100km/h time of 3.8s.
With a 110kWh battery, the WLTP driving range is 500km (311mi). A 150kW fast charger is included.
Although the car looks small in photos, it’s actually 5,090mm (200.4″) long. It has gullwing doors, a new take on the spindle grille, and an aircraft style cockpit that’s what the company thinks cars in 2030 will be like.
Length: 5,090mm | 200.4″
Width: 1,995mm | 78.5″
Height: 1,600mm | 63″
Wheelbase: 3,200mm | 126″