Lexus Teases Luxury Concept Car For 2015 Tokyo Motor Show

Posted: Oct 21 2015, 6:26am CDT | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

Lexus Teases Luxury Concept Car for 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
  • Lexus releases Tokyo concept teasers!
  • Lexus Promises Vision of Progressive Luxury at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show
 

Lexus just revealed a single image of a headlight cluster from the Tokyo concept.

The luxury car division of Toyota has kept everyone on edge with the secret Tokyo Concept for months. At this point no one knows much about the Tokyo concept. To tease the auto industry some more Lexus just revealed a miniature teaser of the concept.

A solitary image showing a headlight cluster from the Tokyo concept has been released. The image also shows the L logo of Lexus alongside the headlight. The headlight cluster sports a trio of LED headlight lenses.

Basically the headlight cluster and the accompanying logo is a collection of sharp angles. The preview is not much but it does confirm a model by Lexus is on the way. 

Lexus has never produced a car concept not go into production. Almost every prototype concept design has turned into a full production line. According to Lexus the new concept is a 'vision of progressive luxury'.

Further details about the Tokyo Concept will be released at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. The Tokyo Motor Show is slated to take place on the 28th of October 2015. 

Lexus has claimed they will use the show platform to highlight the next step in their evolving style language. Until the show Lexus is choosing to remain silent and letting fans make their own speculations.

Some sources claim Lexus will either reveal a concept preview or a full-fledged production ready LS sedan. Only the release of the GS F high-performance sedan has been confirmed by Lexus. The GS F sedan was previously tested and scored 82 out of 100. So the sedan is officially ready for a public unveiling. 

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