Year in Review: Hottest Concept Cars of 2019

© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience© Perry Stern, Automotive Content Experience
Lexus LF-30 Concept
The advanced cockpit of the LF-30 is designed for manual or autonomous driving, with steering-wheel-controlled switches and a head-up display. The LF-30 uses next-generation interfaces that employ gesture control while presenting information with augmented reality displays. Access to the interior is via very large gull-wing style doors. As part of this look to 2030 at the Tokyo show, Lexus announced plans to debut its first production battery-electric vehicle next month, with its first plug-in hybrid and a new dedicated electric vehicle platform coming in the next few years. The ultimate plan will be to have some level of electrification in every Lexus vehicle by 2025.

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