The librarian of car industry Lexus plans for another crossover, this time it's a muscular looking one. It is expected to make it's debut at the Paris Motor Show on Sept 29, 2016. The car will be subcompact in size and it is likely to share the parts with Toyota C-HR which is on it's way to the market next year.
In a statement from the company, the UX concept is said to be created as its European design and "takes Lexus' bold design language to the next level." The concept was created with "imaginative technologies" as well as an interior with "traditional craftsmanship,".
Lexus shared a rendering which reveals two large tailpipes openings at the back. The fenders are little bulged and the high tail design reveals the brand's approach to more aggressive design language. Overall, the crossover looks more like a coupe.
It may have a traditional engine or perhaps a hybrid engine from the C-HR. The C-HR stands for "Coupe - High Rider".
By this concept, it is clear that Lexus is interested in a small crossover for the global market. The company said the UX is meant to appeal to a progressive, urban audience living in a connected environment.
At the Paris show, Lexus will include a revamped IS sport sedan, the NX Sport Edition and the much awaited new LC flagship coupe.