Lexus has teased the LF-1 Limitless, a flagship crossover concept designed by its Calty design studio in Southern California, just ahead of its scheduled debut at the Detroit Autoshow in January.
An aerial picture of the rear shows end shows a highly stylised coupe-SUV body style, much like the BMW X6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe. However, given Lexus’ current flagship SUV, the LX 570, a “flagship crossover” as implied should see the LF-1 concept closer in size to the upcoming Audi Q8.
After overexposing the teaser picture (above), we clearly see a teardrop-style panoramic roof and upper deck spoiler that seamlessly connects to the roofline. The raked D-pillar and bold rear arches are further indicators of the LF-1 concept’s size.
Also, peering through the glass roof would indicate two independent screens displaying navigation and other vehicle information.
The Lexus LF-1 Limitless will be revealed at the Lexus Press Conference at the Detroit Autoshow, which takes place between 13th to 28th January 2018.