Lexus, the brand of the range of Toyota, announced today that it will reveal at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), to be held in January in Detroit (Michigan), a new prototype of luxury SUV SUVs.

In a statement, the prototype is called LF-1 Limitless and is a “flagship” that “reflects the next genre among SUVs.”

The prototype was created by the design office of Toyota California, CALTY, which also designed the prototype LF-LC that was revealed in 2012 in Detroit and that gave rise to the Lexus LC coupe, considered one of the most striking vehicles of the luxury division.

Along with the announcement of the presentation next month of the LF-1 Limitless, Toyota also provided a partial image of the rear of the vehicle, which shows a wide area of ​​LED lights in addition to a glass tailgate connected as a piece to the roof of the prototype.

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