The ongoing Tokyo Motor Show is of course a place where Japanese brands showcase all kinds of concepts of all kinds. From Toyota or Nissan city cars to luxury electric cars, such as the Lexus LF-30 Electrified, where the car manufacturer imagines the future for 2030.
Drones carry luggage that you look at Lexus thanks to its aggressive and robust mask, based on today's brand direction. However, the exterior's main party trick is the large hinged doors that give access to both rows of four-seat interior seats. It measures 5090 mm in length
While the interior is obviously very futuristic, but even though the car is intended to offer fully autonomous driving, there are still good old pedals and steering wheel. Passengers can adjust light transmission for glazing, while touch panels for car system controls are also embedded in the windows.
An interesting highlight of the concept is also the use of drones called the Lexus Airporter. For example, you should be able to move your luggage autonomously from the house door to the car's boot space in collaboration with the car.
Drive? Naturally electric
Lexus states that the LF-30 concept is powered by four electric motors (one per wheel) that deliver system power of 400 kW (544 hp) and a torque of 700 Nm. This allows the 2.4 ton electric car to accelerate from zero to 1
The floor mounted battery module has a capacity of 110 kWh and has a single Charging The LF-30 provides a range of up to 500 kilometers. In addition to the ability to charge up to 150 kW, Lexus also demonstrates the idea of a contactless induction charger for easier home energy charging
Article prepared by editor Autorevue.cz