LF-Z Electrified concept car seeks a suede-oriented future.
The future is unknown, but Lexus takes the front to show you what it feels like.
LF-Z Electrified concept car’s premiere got Salehe Bembury, designer and vice president of sneakers and men's footwear at Versace, and the Japanese fashion label Hender Scheme working together to create virtual designs to reimagine the car’s interior.
This little hand of creatives turns this Lexus into a whole new picture of what tomorrow could look like through sustainable and artistic choices that convey a driving experience unlike any other.
As a result, each detail is conceived completely future-inspired while not leaving any heritage behind.
Bembury’s approach brings natural materials such as suede, in hues inspired by sandstone landscapes, as a way to get people closer to nature.
Leather and its qualities are again honored by Hender Scheme interior design, meant to reflect Lexus’ Japanese roots and Takumi craftsmanship — we’ve heard that 60,000 hours of experience are required to become a Lexus Takumi craftsman.
The organic material that can last for ages, developing new textures and deeper colors while becoming more and more unique in each vehicle over time, teams up with the electric platform that doesn’t need any fuel to accelerate toward the future.
In the end, an all-leather interior mixed with cutting-edge technology, developed to be even more intuitively responsive to any drivers’ needs, might be exactly what we all need for tomorrow.
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