Lexus may introduce a sleek plug-in sports car, according to a recent preview of Toyota's next generation of electrified vehicles. While we don't have official Lexus plug-in sports car horsepower or range specs, an early concept reveal shows an all-new two-door with a McLaren-style look and low-slung stance reminiscent of a Lexus LFA.
As far as a release date, we don't yet have official information on when the electrified Lexus sports car will arrive in the U.S. Toyota recently teased its "Beyond Zero" lineup and its goal to ramp up production by 2030. Will the car be a fully-electric vehicle or a plug-in hybrid? For now, that remains an open question here in the U.S.
Separately, Toyota may introduce an EV sports car that could take the form of a next-gen MR2. In terms of the Lexus brand, the next electric vehicle consumers will see will be the 2023 Lexus RZ, which appears to be an electrified take on the popular Lexus RX. We expect Lexus battery details and specs to come into focus later.
Stay tuned for updates as they become available.
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