Lexus LF-1 Limitless Concept Shown Off at INTERSECT
Lexus chose INTERSECT’s Public Gallery to house the Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept that was unveiled this past year at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The concept showcases what Lexus envisions for the future of its luxury brand, which will include some of the newest, most imaginative technology.
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The LF-1 design was created in California by CALTY Design Research. Aptly named “molten katana,” the concept reflects an idea of craftsmanship and fine quality, like metal being forged into a Japanese sword. The LF-1 gives off the sense of being a single forged shape rather than several parts combined into one vehicle. Its frame ends in a sharp, aerodynamic point near the spindle grille and the sleek, natural curves and lines flow across its body. The golden exterior feels more like it’s the normal color of the metal rather than a coat of paint. From the picture, you can hardly tell it’s a crossover from the sporty design.
INTERSECT BY LEXUS is located in the meatpacking district New York City, and it is the newest location and one of three across the world. INTERSECT projects a beautiful and luxurious aesthetic just like Lexus cars. A full service restaurant and cafe are situated in the modern space as well as modern art from local craftsman to create a haven in the urban environment. INTERSECT features periodic fashion shows, holiday celebrations, and previews of new Lexus projects or designs.
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The Lexus LF-1 design will remain on display at INTERSECT in New York City until Jan. 20. If you have the chance, go and check it out.