Lexus is envisioning a bright future. One full of total electric transition. A future where car owners don’t have to worry about the unknown, but rather can embrace it with all the joy that one should have when thinking about what lies ahead. There is a necessity to “provide its customers with the enjoyment and pleasure that cars have to offer.” With the most recent Lexus LF-Z Electrified vehicle out now, there’s finally a 3-D version of that vision.
Plus, The Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) concept car shows off all the performance, style and technology that Lexus has become famous for. The most likely possiblity will be that the vehicle can go on sale by 2025. On the BEV-dedicated platform, many expect the Lexus LF-Z Electrified to us the famous Direct 4 drive system. This 4-wheel driving force control system allows for dynamic calibration for a seemingly seemless, linear response, faithful to driver intentions.
Lexus holds true to the belief that the artificial intelligence incorporated will be able to pick up on driver behaviors. This being a means of ensuring driver focus. In what ways? Well, Lexus is using natural voice recognition as well as steering wheel switchgears and an HUD (heads-up display.) Furthermore, this is all to operate technology like the infotainment system, as well as other functions.
2025 will see the dawn of a new era for Lexus.
In this era, there will be other electric versions of these models, including 20 new BEVs and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. Additionally, Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) are also being thrown into the mix. There’s even talk of carbon-neutrality being a reality by 2050. Who knows what can occur from final disposal and old vehicle recycling. Koji Sato, President and CBO (Chief Branding Officer) of Lexus International, had this to say: “We will contribute to the happiness and smiles of our customers and everyone involved with Lexus.”