- The newly revealed LF-ZC concept previews a luxury electric hatchback/coupe that will go on sale in 2026.
- All-wheel drive and steer-by-wire will be standard.
- Next-gen Prismatic battery packs promise serious range.
Lexus has already launched its first EV, the underwhelming RZ. But now the Japanese brand is showing a much more promising electric future with the LF-ZC concept, freshly unveiled at the Tokyo auto show. The company promises that a production version of this car will be hitting the streets in 2026.
Presented by Lexus chief branding officer Simon Humphries as "a fusion of physical and digital technology," the LF-ZC is a strikingly styled concept that will sit on an all-new electric architecture. The company has also shown a concept version of an even larger and grander sister model, the LF-ZL SUV, that will share the same platform.Lexus LZ-FL conceptMike Duff|Car and Driver