Lexus held the world premiere of "LF-Z Electrified", which is a conceptual BEV that combines driving performance, styling, and technology that can be achieved by 2025. Among other things, there is a new four-wheel-drive force control technology called "DIRECT4", which produces excellent and highly flexible driving performance, making LF-Z Electrized stand out from traditional vehicles. In addition, in the near future, Lexus plans to integrate technology and advanced infotainment features to further enrich the mobile experience of our customers.
The LF-Z Electrified is a BEV idea vehicle that is representative of Lexus' image change and consolidates driving execution, styling, and trend-setting innovation set to be acknowledged by 2025.
The Lexus LF-Z Electrified receives a BEV-devoted stage. It includes another four-wheel main impetus control innovation known as "DIRECT4", which utilizes the moment responsiveness of an electric engine's main thrust to uninhibitedly control a vehicle's four wheels for unrivaled and profoundly adaptable driving execution that separates it from customary vehicles. By combining the zap innovations and vehicle movement control advancements it has since quite a while ago developed, Lexus expects to advance driving execution such that it better interfaces the driver with their vehicle.
Lexus LF-Z measures 4880 mm long, 1960 mm wide, 1600 mm tall, and has 2950 mm of wheelbase. In terms of performance, it can hit 100 km/h in 3 seconds and hit the top speed of 200 km/h. The maximum power output is 400 hp and 700 nm of torque. The liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery has a capacity of 90 kWh which is enough to travel 600 km with a single charge.