We know the Lexus program for the next and 90th edition of the Geneva Motor Show 2020, which will take place from March 5 to 15. The Japanese firm announces three new products for the Swiss meeting. More precisely, these will be European firsts since the brand will present vehicles that it has already unveiled in recent weeks.

Thus, the star of its stand will be its very first 100% electric model, the UX 300e, which appeared in November 2019 at the Chinese fair in Guangzhou. The compact SUV houses a 204 hp engine (300 Nm of torque) and a 54.3 kWh lithium-ion battery for a range of around 400 km in the NEDC cycle.

At his side will also be exposed the LF-30 concept, seen him in October 2019 at the Tokyo show (Japan). It is a large coupé, 5.09 m long, electric (4 electric motors for 544 hp) and autonomous, which foreshadows the style of the electric Lexus by 2030.

Finally, the third and last innovation promised: the LC 500 Cabriolet. Unveiled for the first time in November 2019 at the Los Angeles Motor Show, the "Convertible" version of the LC coupe adopts a canvas top that can open in 15 seconds and close in 16 seconds automatically and traveling up to 50 km / h. On the engine side, it is the 5.0-liter V8 petrol unit with 464 hp, which already operates on the coupe, which takes place under the hood. It is combined with a 10-speed automatic transmission. This model is to be marketed in the summer of 2020.

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