Toyota CEO Jim Lentz showed what appears to be a production-ready Lexus LF-NX during a presentation prior to 2014 NAIAS.
The attached snapshot shows a toned down version of the concepts which looks less overdesigned and more suitable for a production car said to introduced in March at the Geneva Motor Show. Without being as radical as the two preview concepts, the LF-NX compact crossover will be an interesting alternative in this segment due to its overall angular design and the large corporate spindle grille.
Jim Lentz said during the presentation the LF-NX will be Lexus' first production model to have a turbocharged gasoline engine in the form of the four-cylinder, 2.0-liter shown in the updated LF-NX Turbo concept.
The Lexus LF-NX can be seen in the attached video below at the 10:40 mark.