LEXUS AT THE PARIS MOTOR SHOW

  • World debut of the Lexus UX Concept
  • New 2017 Lexus IS
  • New Lexus NX Sport
  • World debut of Lexus Kinetic Seat Concept
  • Press information and images now available on Lexus’s UK media website – follow the “read and see more” links

Lexus reveals its UX Concept at the Paris motor show, a design study that features a wealth of technical and design innovation. While the UX looks to future possibilities, Lexus also showcases more immediate developments in its model range with the new 2017 IS saloon and a new Sport version of the NX luxury crossover. In more detail, the Kinetic Seat Concept rethinks traditional car seat design and how to achieve a more stable and comfortable position at the wheel.

Lexus UX Concept

Revealed for the first time at the Paris motor show, the UX Concept is Lexus’s vision for a compact SUV of the future. Designed at Lexus’s ED2 studio in the South of France, it takes Lexus’s styling philosophy into new areas with an “inside-out” design, while introducing multiple advanced technologies including 3D hologram-like instrumentation, see-through front pillars and e-mirrors in place of conventional door mirrors. Read and see more here.

2017 Lexus IS

Building on its established success of one million global sales since launch, Lexus’s IS range continues to evolve with a series of changes introduced for the 2017 model year. The executive sports saloon gains styling enhancements, a more refined interior with improved HMI features and the provision of Lexus Safety System+ features. The chassis has also been revised to further improve the car’s ride and handling dynamics. Read and see more here.

Lexus NX Sport

A new Sport model is set to join the NX range before the end of the year, with grade-specific exterior and interior design features. Read and see more here.

Lexus Kinetic Seat Concept

As announced last week, Lexus has developed a radical new car seat design, the Kinetic Seat Concept. Constructed using a spider’s web-pattern of synthetic protein-derived material, it provides higher levels of support and comfort. Read and see more here.

Lexus Press Team

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James Clark on 01737 367919 or by e-mail at james.clark@tgb.toyota.co.uk
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David Crouch on 01737367505 or by email at david.crouch@tgb.toyota.co.uk
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Richard Seymour on 01737 367272 or by e-mail at richard.seymour@tgb.toyota.co.uk
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  • Lexus UX Concept

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  • 2017 Lexus IS

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  • Lexus NX Sport

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