After official images hit the web late last month, Lexus has publicly unveiled the LF-SA concept today at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

After official images hit the web late last month, Lexus has publicly unveiled the LF-SA concept today at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.

Described as being a "driver-focused" vehicle, the LF-SA (Lexus Future Small Adventurer) is a petite concept only 3400mm long, 1700mm wide and 1430mm tall which according to Lexus makes it ideal for a city car as it provides great agility and maneuverability. The striking design certainly won’t suit everyone’s tastes as the LF-SA adopts a highly sculpted body with concave and convex surfaces, an oversized spindle front grille, prominent wheel arches and L-shaped taillights.

The 2+2 interior cabin comes with a slide-adjustable front passenger seat to grant an easier entry on the rear seats while up front is a high-tech infotainment system with a hologram-styled digital display built into the instrument binnacle and equipped with a head-up display.

At the moment of writing, Lexus has not released any details about what powers the LF-SA concept.

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