The Japanese brand patented the name for the new SUV, which will turn out to be lower and longer than the LX
Lexus has registered in the US Patent Office (USPTO) the “LQ” trademark, which is expected to be used for the new flagship crossover. This is reported by the publication AutoGuide.
The novelty will be performed in the style of the conceptual all-terrain vehicle Lexus LF-1 Limitless, presented in early 2018 at the motor show in Detroit. This prototype is designed to give an idea of the design direction, which will be used on further models of the Japanese brand.
The car turned out to be lower and longer than the current flagship of the SUV-line Lexus – LX. Lexus LF-1 Limitless received a minimalistic four-seater interior with a four-dimensional navigation system, a wide screen multimedia complex and touch buttons.
Data on the timing of the appearance of the new flagship crossover Lexus, and its engines, yet. The architecture of the Lexus LF-1 Limitless includes the use of both standard gasoline engines and hybrid, fully electric or hydrogen units.