We have seen a number of new concept cars at this years Paris Motor Show and the latest one is the Lexus UX Concept.
The Lexus UX Concept was designed in France at the company’s ED2 design studio, it certainly looks impressive from the photos.
“The biggest challenge for any designer is always to create something new and original, yet with relevance to both the customer and the brand. Overall, this is a product which gives another hint of the potential for Lexus’ design approach to satisfy those criteria. The expression of a progressive, strong yet artistic, and premium product which further enhances Lexus’ unique and challenging brand position.” – Simon Humphries, President of ED2
A powerful reinterpretation of the Lexus design signatures, the UX Concept reflects the brand’s determination that each of its models should have a unique, standalone character with a strong concept behind it; represented here by the powerful, “inside-out” design concept and deconstructed interior styling. This bold design embodies imaginative, forward-thinking technologies to provide occupants with a fully immersive experience. This sensation is generated through cockpit ergonomics which flow from the driver’s body, and innovative three-dimensional HMI technology.
You can find out more details about the Lexus UX Concept over at Lexus at the link below.