For just a moment, the image you see above and the name LF-SA was tweeted on the Lexus Europe Twitter page before it was quickly taken down. We spotted this report from our friends over at motoring.com.au, who also confirmed its arrival with Lexus, who said that they will in fact be previewing the concept model at the Geneva show that will slot in under the CT 200h.
The LF-SA will for now remain a concept, but is an indication of what Lexus plans to bring to market to compete with the likes of the Audi A1, Volkswagen Polo types. Motoring.com.au continued to report that the Lexus LF-SA will likely share platforms and dimensions with a Toyota Yaris (a.k.a. Vios hatch), or the even smaller Toyota iQ.
What the coming model also suggests is the fact that, when put into production, the marketed version of the LF-SA is poised to become the most affordable Lexus to date.