Along with introducing the angular electric LF-ZC concept, a luxury four-door hatch, Lexus has revealed an SUV counterpart dubbed the LF-ZL.
Larger than the Lexus LF-ZC, the LF-ZL concept has a similarly sharp-edged shape.
The LF-ZL's interior looks airy, with lots of glass and a slim dashboard.
Along with a yoke-style steering wheel, the LF-ZL boasts iPhone-like displays on either side of its yoke-style steering wheel, and there are a pair of touchscreens facing the front passenger.
The LF-ZL can be accessed via rear side doors that apparently open out and slide back, the lack of a B pillar promotes spaciousness.
We find certain angles of the LF-LZ concept are attractive, but this rear end isn't it. The missing back window lends a sleek look, but the rest looks like the mouth of the Iron Giant.
Our apologies for this off-kilter shot, but we were startled after finding out what we thought was a Lexus refrigerator is the back of the LF-ZL concept.
Like the LF-ZC, we expect its SUV offshoot will have all-wheel drive and standard steer-by-wire. Perhaps it'll go on sale around the same time in 2026.
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