The Lexus Electrified Sport concept rekindles the spirit of Lexus’ LFA. This hybrid supercar promises a 0-100 km/h sprint time in the ‘low two-second range’ and a range of over 700 miles. Although a solid-state battery might have been a better choice, the design looks like a classic supercar. The front end features a low-slung profile with aggressive vents on the hood and quick-release hood latches. Its head and taillights are unique.
The Electrified Sport Concept was unveiled to the European public at the Goodwood Speed Festival, which celebrates fully developed electric vehicles. The car is a statement of the company’s transition to an electric car maker. With its streamlined silhouette reminiscent of the legendary Lexus LFA, the car announces a new era in model athlete technology. It offers the latest in electronic storage, an attractive power source and exceptional handling.
The E-Sport architecture can accommodate single or twin motor powertrains with power outputs between 469 horsepower and 872 hp. The car can be rear-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive and may cost as little as GBP 80 to one hundred thousand. Electrified Sports could become the norm for high-performance electric vehicles. So, what does this future look like? A Lotus Electrified Sports car is one of the hottest topics in electric cars right now.