Lexus Drops One Last LF-1 Limitless Teaser Before The Big Reveal

Of all the new concepts that’ll be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show this week, one of those we’re looking forward to seeing the most is the Lexus LF-1 Limitless.

Billed as a “premium flagship crossover,” the concept has been the subject of two successive teasers until now, and Lexus has just released yet another.

The video is still far from a full reveal, stopping short from showing the overall shape. It does, however, give us a glimpse at some of the show car’s details, including the innovative headlights, mesh grille, split-five-spoke wheels, part of the tailgate, and the techy-looking center console controls.

From what we can see so far, it looks like it could be a real stunner, even if it is a crossover and not, say, a supercar to succeed the LFA. But then, if recent history (starting with Porsche and the Cayenne) has shown us anything, it’s that luxury crossovers are the big sellers bringing in the cash that allow automakers to make the supercars.


  • salamOOn

    looks promising

  • dude

    But please, no 2.0t only for Europe. We also want some 400HP+ cars… not only 2.0t or 2.8d…

  • ohbebek

    it’s hard to understand why lexus design team’s point of attraction is the big ol’ grille.

    • 31/12/2999

      Because every automaker has his own identification. For some many peoples is ugly, but for most of person including me is beautiful.

  • Craig

    Don’t watch the reveal alone!

  • Will the Parts = the Whole?

    Do the headlamps pop-up? Is the shifter finally gone, replaced by buttons? I like the design of the wheels.