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Lexus has announced their very first fully electric vehicle and the specs of it will blow your mind!

It may sound strange that Lexus has not yet made their own electric vehicle yet as they were amongst the pioneers of hybrid technology and have been using plug-in hybrid systems for decades already, but they have just announced that a brand new and first time ever electric Lexus that will be joining their fleet on the 20th of April 2022.

The new electric Lexus is called the RZ, with the RZ 450e officially being launched on the 20th of April 2022, and according to Lexus, the RZ 450e will have a cruising range of over 700 km (or 434 miles) and a crazy 0 - 60 mph time of less than 2 seconds! Like, what?

On top of those incredible specs, you can clearly see that the new Lexus RZ has taken some inspiration from what Tesla has been doing with their steering wheels and large centre displays. The Lexus RZ now too has a yoke steering wheel and a massive centre screen where you would control many features of the car.

However, unlike Tesla, the interior of the Lexus RZ is far less minimalistic as what you'd expect in Tesla's, but rather a modern cockpit type feel.

This is what Tesla currently offers in their current flagship performance 

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Later Clips on Lexus Will Beat Tesla With These Insane Specs...

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