Unveiled back at the IAA Frankfurt Motor Show in mid-September, the Lexus LF-NX Crossover Concept was one of the most eye-catching vehicles at the massive auto show. However, its dramatic design did lead to some questions about whether or not such an insane concept would ever reach the light of day.
Now, reports have emerged suggesting that a production spec variant of the LF-NX is actually pinned to debut at the Geneva Motor Show 2014 next March.
Since being first revealed with a 2.5-liter gasoline engine mated with an electric motor at Frankfurt, Lexus brought along a turbocharged 2.0-liter version to the Tokyo Motor Show last month featuring a few minor styling tweaks.
From a styling front, the Lexus LF-NX Concept debuts the latest interpretation of Lexus’ evolving design language incorporating the Lexus spindle grille as well as some “extremely expressive” headlights and independent Daytime Running Lights. The Lexus LF-NX Concept then features an aggressive vertical cut helping to separate the front bumper from the front wing.
Such vertical and sharp lines can be found around the rest of the car with it including a steeply raked tailgate as well as four slimline doors and some insanely aggressive and extremely wide rear wheel arches reaching towards the taillights. All these lines are complemented by the Brushed Metal Silver exterior paintjob.