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Hype News: Lexus Teases LF-SA Concept Before Geneva Motor Show Debut

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The Geneva Motor Show is fast approaching and the pre-show official-unofficial teasers keep on coming.  Today’s teaser comes from Lexus in the form of a silhouette of their LF-SA concept.  As per usual, besides the name and short press release laced with adjectives such as “driver focused” and “emotional” we don’t know anything about the concept.  Usually I am pretty good at figuring these things out based on vague information but even this one has me scratching my head.  At first I was excited at the “LF” in the concepts name as so far the only other Lexus vehicle with “LF” in the title is the powerful LF-A supercar.  Yet, based on this teaser image, this vehicle’s large gaping maw does not cast the shadow of a super car.  It looks more like an SUV than a sports car.  Although camera angles can be deceiving.  I guess we’ll see what the LF-SA is about once it makes its actual debut next month in Geneva.  In the meantime I invite you to click the thumbnail below for a larger image and read the press release so you can play the speculation game with the rest of us.  What do you think the LF-SA is going to be?

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Press Release:

GENEVA (Feb. 17, 2015) – Lexus will reveal its all-new concept, the LF-SA, at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

An illustration of Lexus’ passion for upcoming design trends, the LF-SA concept explores unexpected territories for the brand in a bold and emotional execution.

In a future world which many people see as increasingly influenced by technology and virtual
experiences, the LF-SA concept is also a driver-focused vehicle, reflecting Lexus’ vision that real  experience will remain ultimate luxury.

The LF-SA concept will be revealed at the Lexus Press Conference taking place on March 3, 2015 at 12:30 P.M. at the Lexus stand (number 4211) in Palexpo, Hall 4.

[Source: Lexus]

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