From March 10 to April 29, get up close and personal with the Lexus LF-30 Concept
Back in late 2019, Lexus celebrated its 30th birthday with a unique concept called the LF-30. It represents the automaker's future in the age of electrification and will be the main inspiration for the brand's future cars.
Fast forward to 2023, and the LF-30 is available for all to see at Lexus Mitsukoshi in Bonifacio Global City (BGC). The LF-30 is a distilled version of Lexus’s DNA of craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology. First unveiled during the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, it proudly demonstrated the future of battery electric vehicles (BEVs) with new technologies and features—many of which are already available in the current crop of Lexus electrified vehicles today.
Its styling displayed the advanced image expected of a battery electric vehicle, yet with artistic qualities that result in a futuristic form. The LF-30’s interior, meanwhile, assertively weaves in autonomous driving and other new technologies that aim to highlight the distinctive Lexus personality and worldview.
The LF-30 has features like Advanced Posture control, which offers complete independent control of the front and rear drive wheels and allows appropriate provision of front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive, depending on the driving situation. It also has a steer-by-wire system which eliminates a mechanical connection to allow more flexible turning control and more precise steering feel aligned with the driver’s intention.
The arrival of the LF-30 is indeed a special event, and Lexus would like to invite everyone to see the concept. Those interested can visit Lexus Mitsukoshi from March 10 to April 29 for a glimpse of the future of BEVs, and a preview of what is in store from Lexus Philippines. Mitsukoshi BGC is located at 8th Ave. Corner 36th St. Grand Central Park, North BGC, Taguig.