Lexus LF-SA concept at the Geneva motor show

Lexus previews the look of a new small car at the Geneva show...

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Tom Webster
03 March 2015

Lexus LF-SA concept at the Geneva motor show

The Lexus LF-SA city car concept has been revealed at the Geneva motor show.

The concept is a forerunner for a planned Mini and Audi A1 rival from Lexus, although the LF-SA is considerably shorter than those two cars, at 3400mm long, 1700mm wide and 1430mm high.

Even though it is so short, Lexus claims the LF-SA concept has space for four, with a 2+2 seating layout. The passenger seat slides back and forth to allow access to the back, but the driver's seat is fixed, with the wheel and pedals moving instead.

The rest of the cabin features a hologram-style infotainment system integrated into the instrument display. The LF-SA's spindle grille design could also become a future design cue for the brand.

Lexus also showed off the performance GS F and the LF-C2 roadster concept at the Geneva show.