Lexus UX Crossover Concept Interior Revealed
The Lexus UX Concept will be revealed this week at the Paris Motor Show will offer progressive customers who live and work in an ever-connected environment an innovative, three-dimensional driver experience.
The Lexus UX Concept will make its world debut this week at the 2016 Paris Motor Show showcasing Lexus’ vision for a compact SUV of the future.
This vehicle represents a new step in the company’s design journey and a redefinition of the driving experience.
The UX Concept design embodies imaginative and forward-thinking technologies to provide occupants with a fully immersive experience.
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All on-board HMI technology (human-machine interface) has been designed to offer progressive customers who live and work in an ever-connected environment an innovative, three-dimensional driver experience.
The driver’s instrument binnacle houses a transparent globe, floating in the manner of a hologram, in which a combination of analog and digital information express a functional yet unexpected user interface.
The centre console features a prominent, facetted crystal structure within which a hologram-style display of air conditioning and infotainment system is clearly visible to both driver and front passenger.
The latest advanced in-vehicle electrical technologies are also on display in the new UX Concept.
It features electro-chromatic windows, and the side-view mirrors are replaced by e-mirror camera housings far slimmer than conventional mirror housing.
All switchgear is electrostatic and housed under transparent covers.
Finally, the fin motif used on the A pillar is repeated on the dashboard to provide a new audio experience for the next-generation Lexus customer: a removable sound bar built into the passenger side of the dashboard.