In 2021 Lexus presented the LF-Z Electrified Concept, a car that represents the Japanese brand’s desire to take part in the battery-powered car market and experiment with new technologies. 4,88 meters long and 2100 kilograms heavy, the LF-Z is an imposing car with a cutting-edge design. Inside, the car seats only four passengers, as the two rear seats are semi-separate; the passenger compartment is lit by a sophisticated RGB LED system that propagates from the doors to the floor, while the driver benefits from a generous virtual cockpit and a minimalist steering wheel. The absence of physical keys is compensated not only by the touch screen technology of the displays, but also by voice commands. Over time, the car adapts more and more precisely to the habits of those who drive it thanks to a machine learning system process; in this way, the integrated digital assistant is also constantly evolving. The steering is by-wire, i.e. it is not mechanically connected to the wheels, but communicates with the rest of the car through a special software. Performance is also record-breaking: the powerful electric motor with 700NM of torque and 544HP of power propels the LF-Z to 100km/h in just 3 seconds, ensuring acceleration similar to that of a Lamborghini Huracan EVO. The top speed, however, is only 200km/h. With its huge 90kWh battery pack, the LF-Z has a range of 600km in the mixed cycle; the battery can be recharged at a maximum speed of 150kW.

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🏎️ Lexus LF-Z Electrified Concept
📍 Japan
🛠️ Electric 700NM 544HP
💨 3 seconds
🔝 200km/h
💶 Not for sale
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