What happens when you cross the Lexus LF-A concept with an SUV construct? You get this specimen, the LF-Xh. It's a more utilitarian interpretation of the company's "L-Finesse" design philosophy, which combines harsh angularity with fluid, curvilinear surfaces, and the cold precision of modern motorsports with applications of traditional luxury tradecraft. At least, that's what we've ascertained from reading the press release until our retinas bled. This bit of style counciling will show up in Tokyo, and may hearken the next generation of Lexus's luxury people movers. It sure is a long way from the Chevy Blazer.
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