2019 Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept: A Car With Ground Breaking Interior


In 2019, Lexus unveiled their LF-30 Electrified concept at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show. This astonishing show gave us the glimpses of what could be the futuristic models contain from the Japanese carmakers Toyota. It showcased a potent electric powertrain featuring a powerful battery that offers impressive range and fast charging option. This also has a stunning exterior design.

The most breadth catching feature of Lexus LF-30 was its luxurious interior. It’s made from sustainable materials, while featuring a futuristic technology. That gives an idea of futuristic vehicles of the brand. Here are some reasons why the interior of Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept is ground breaking.

1. The Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept Cabin Is Equipped With Trailblazing Technology

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept - Interior View
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According to Lexus, the cockpit is based on the philosophy of the idea of Tezuna. Based on this, the controls on steering wheels combine with information displayed on HUD to ensure that driver could use the various vehicular functions while driving at the same time. Adding to this are the advanced screens inside the cabin that supports gesture control and display vehicle-related information through AR.

In addition to driver’s assistance, the interior of LF-30 concept also provides a variety of luxuries to their customers. Foremost is the front passenger gets their own individual advertorial screen that features gesture control. Next the rear seats, they features artificial muscle technology that offers multiple modes like recline, relax, and alert, and hence promises to provide a comfortable experience.

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept - Open Side View
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The next interesting feature is its Mark Levinson sound system with special speakers in the headrests. They have noise cancellation technology and provides a must listen audio experience. Next in the line is Lexus LF-30’s cabin’s glass roof. The part directly above rear passengers head acts like a screen and has voice and gesture controls. Using AR, this screen can act as a display for various valuable information.

Apart from featuring these smart-out features, LF-30 also takes care of the environment as all of it is made from sustainable materials. Like, the car’s steering wheel and floor have been made from charred cedar, a traditional Japanese material. Adding to this, the trims of door were made from fiber processed recycled metal.

2. The Lexus LF-30 Concept Tickles The Inside Public Well

Lexus LF-30 Electrified Concept - Seats
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In addition to the multi-featured luxurious cabin, LF-30 promises to deliver an inevitable driving experience. For example, this electric concept equips enhanced handling characteristics, thanks to the electric motors on each wheel and battery layout that signifies the low C.G. The best, this concept car works on steer-by-wire technology. Lexus says that steering wheel can move out of the way in case of autonomous driving.

Another out-of-the-box feature of this car is its onboard AI, which can distinguish b/w people’s voices. This AI can configure the cabin according to each of the one present. This will be done while altering temperature, audio settings, and navigation. In addition to this, it can also vary vehicle dynamics, like suspension and powertrain settings, to offer even more customizable experience to its customers.

Occupants using features of LF-30
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If this is not enough for you, the Lexus LF-30 has one more trick in the box. It comes with its drone feature, the ‘Lexus Airporter‘. This drone can be used to ferry your luggage from your doorstep to the boot of this car.

The LF-30 also showcases the Lexus Teammate autonomous driving technology. For instance, it has several driver assistance features like Chauffeur and Guardian modes. It even has a self-parking feature along with a ‘front-door pickup‘ function. The later allows the car to automatically drive from owner’s pathway to their front gate. Though this distance is not that much and it is unsure if the same functions for long distances, it indeed allows for enhanced convenience.

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