Lexus does offer the LX flagship SUV, but for buyers looking for something a bit softer, Lexus may soon add a new flagship crossover to its lineup that would better compete with other luxury crossovers.
Although no pictures showing the inside of the LF-1 Limitless have been released, it's possible to glimpse two of the car's interior display screens in the teaser image.
Following up on the three-row RX L revealed just last week, Lexus will take to the 2018 North American International Auto Show with the LF-1 Limitless concept.
Lexus is coy about the car's interior, but the blue screens visible in the image appear to be headrest-mounted rear-seat entertainment systems, suggesting that the vehicle will focus heavily on in-car technology and passenger comfort. According to Lexus, the LF-1 is a utility vehicle that will "redefines the boundaries of luxury". The only LF-branded Lexus model to make production so far was the iconic LFA supercar built from 2010 to 2012 with its spine-tingling 9,500rpm V10 engine.
A product of Toyota and Lexus' Southern Californian design studio, the flagship SUV concept is expected to evolve the car-maker's current striking design language.
That's as much as we've been told for now, so stay tuned around January 15 next year to find out more and to see the new concept in all its glory.