We don’t know much at this point, but Lexus says it takes its bold design language to the next level. It’s aimed at a “progressive, urban audience.” What you can tell from the teaser pic is that it has a wide body and some huge wheels. It also looks like the usual side mirrors could house cameras instead.
Inside the cabin, Lexus says it will be showing off some “imaginative technologies” (which means don’t expect to see them tomorrow.) The goal being to create an “immersive driver experience”. The interior will also be a mix of traditional craftsmanship and high-tech manufacturing techniques.
Lexus also plans to show off a refreshed Lexus IS in Paris, too, as well as the new Lexus NX Sport Edition and the brand’s new flagship LC coupe.