If I had to hazard a guess, the new Lexus UX Crossover Concept seems hewn from the same stuff as the Toyota C-HR (nee Scion) Sport Crossover Concept (link below) that is supposed to reach production very soon. This would be Lexus' take on the sport crossover market that includes the Nissan Juke and others. With the Lexus version, expect higher-quality materials and higher prices. So far it looks good. We shall see in a few weeks when the concept is revealed at the Paris Motor Show (link after the jump). More to come...
Source: Lexus - Brief press release after the "read more" jump. Toyota C-HR Sport post.
Lexus UX Concept to be Revealed at the 2016 Paris Motor Show
- Lexus announced that its latest concept vehicle, the Lexus UX Concept, will make its world debut on September 29 at the 2016 Paris Motor Show.
Other highlights of Lexus at the 2016 Paris Motor Show will include the refreshed Lexus IS in European premiere, as well as the new Lexus NX Sport Edition and the brand’s new flagship coupe, the LC.
The Lexus Press Conference will take place on September 29 at 13:30 pm CET at the Lexus stand in hall 4. Follow it in real time at http://livestream.com/LexusInternational
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