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LEXUS TEASES WITH ITS LF-1 LIMITLESS CROSSOVER AHEAD OF 2018 DETROIT MOTOR SHOW


Lexus has revealed a photograph of its new flagship crossover named the LF-1 Limitless.

Taken from a high-angle three quarter rear view, it reveals what looks like a two-door layout with styling cues from the Toyota C-HR. Other features include large rear wheel arches, like lovely lady hips narrowing at the waist, and the rear roof spoiler that looks like more two 'mini spoilers' separated by a wide-ish gap between them – this gap appears to be an extension of the panoramic sunroof reaching through to the rear window. There are high-level brake lights integrated into the spoilers, wrapping themselves into the space between the two. The thin but rather long rear taillight extends across the rear tailgate and along the top of the wheel arches on either side.

On closer inspection, two information screens can be seen inside the cabin, one on either side of the dash. On the left is a digital instrument cluster displaying navigation, while the one on the right displays vehicle information.

Recently, Land Rover revealed it's planning a two-door ‘super-luxury’ Range Rover coupe SUV so, coincidence or not, expect the two to meet on the battleground in the near future.

ore information regarding the LF-1 Limitless will be released closer to the Detroit Motor Show where the concept will make its official debut. The show takes place between 13-28 January 2018.


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