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The '''Lexus LF-X''' is a concept crossover hybrid vehicle. The designation stands for Lexus Future-Crossover(X) hybrid. This vehicle was first shown in October 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show, and is thought to be a concept version of the third generation Lexus RX. The LF-Xh featured a V6 engine with electric motors, LED headlights and taillights, and a concept interior.
 
The '''Lexus LF-X''' is a concept crossover hybrid vehicle. The designation stands for Lexus Future-Crossover(X) hybrid. This vehicle was first shown in October 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show, and is thought to be a concept version of the third generation Lexus RX. The LF-Xh featured a V6 engine with electric motors, LED headlights and taillights, and a concept interior.
 
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Lexus LF-Xh Concept 1.jpg
Lexus LF-Xh Concept
Lexus
aka Lexus RX
Introduction 2007 Tokyo Motor Show
Class Concept Car
Body Style 4-door crossover
Length 4800 mm
Width 1895 mm
Height 1650 mm
Wheelbase 2850 mm
Weight tba
Transmission CVT
Engine V6 hybrid
Power tba
Similar tba
Designer tba

The Lexus LF-X is a concept crossover hybrid vehicle. The designation stands for Lexus Future-Crossover(X) hybrid. This vehicle was first shown in October 2007 at the Tokyo Motor Show, and is thought to be a concept version of the third generation Lexus RX. The LF-Xh featured a V6 engine with electric motors, LED headlights and taillights, and a concept interior.

Photos

Unique Attributes

The Lexus LF-Xh features a next-generation V6 hybrid powertrain with all-wheel drive. The concept is fitted with LED headlamps.

Design quirks and oddities

In keeping with L-finesse design language, the grille is lower set than the headlights.

See Also

Lexus RX 400h 2006.jpg
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