Lexus has released further teaser images of a new electric concept car, which will preview its next generation of vehicles and is set to be revealed next week.
The Japanese firm first hinted at the car with a pair of darkened images late last year. The new images show the car's silhouette, hinting at a coupé-style body. A close-up of the bonnet also hints at a bold flat frontal area.
The car is due to be revealed on Tuesday 30 March.
Lexus has given no further details of the car beyond saying that it will "introduce a renewed brand vision" and that it "previews the next generation of Lexus vehicles". It has previously hinted the machine will be a bespoke EV.
The hybrid-focused firm currently has just one electric car on its books, the UX 300e, but that was adapted from a petrol-electric model. It's believed the as-yet-unnamed model will be based on parent firm Toyota's new e-TNGA EV platform.
The concept will hint at how the design team will approach bespoke EVs, but it's not yet clear how production-ready the car shown will be.
Design chief Koichi Suga said it will demonstrate how Lexus’s bold ‘spindle’ grille will evolve, due to the lack of a radiator needed for an EV. He said that offered "a chance to express our unique design".