Lexus teases LF-1 Limitless Concept ahead of 2018 Detroit Auto Show

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Named the LF-1 Limitless, the "flagship crossover" could pave the way for the next RX, or even sit above it as a rival to the Range Rover.

We won't have long to wait before Lexus fills us in, though, with the LF-1 Limitless set to be unveiled at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, which runs from January 13-29. Since SUVs and crossovers are a hot segment, Lexus' upcoming flagship will reflect this "next genre in luxury crossover vehicles".

The picture, an elevated and offset view from the rear of the vehicle, shows what appears to be a 2-door coupe-SUV with sharply sculpted lines and a sweeping rear light treatment that runs across the tailgate from wheelarch to wheelarch.

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Although no pictures showing the inside of the LF-1 Limitless have been released, it's possible to glimpse two of the car's interior display screens in the teaser image. Among them there will be further new concepts, some special editions of existing models, including anniversary models, and also next-generation versions of current Lexus product.

The concept was designed by a California-based team of Lexus designers and is claimed to "redefine the boundaries of luxury", suggesting a considerably more high-end approach than the premium offerings now produced by the brand. The studio has previously been responsible for the LF-LC concept that was revealed at the motor show in Detroit in 2012, and then went on to eventually become the stunning LC coupe. A plug-in hybrid option would be a first for Lexus, but we would not rule it out.