New Lexus UX introduces hologram displays


Lexus has dropped another teaser image of their new UX compact crossover concept, this time showing us the interior of the car.

The radical cabin reveals floating hologram-style displays for the driver’s instrument binnacle and centre console. The instrument binnacle houses a transparent globe, floating-like a hologram through which a combination of analogue and digital information are displayed.

The centre console features a prominent, faceted crystal structure within which another hologram-style display shows the air-conditioning and infotainment systems clearly visible to both driver and front passenger.


Lexus has also revealed the UX Concept features electro-chromatic windows while the door mirrors have been replaced by ‘e-mirror’ camera housings. All switchgear is electrostatic and displayed under transparent covers.

Finally, the fin motif used on the A-pillar lining is repeated on the dashboard to provide an advanced audio experience for the new-generation Lexus customer – a demountable sound bar built into the passenger side of the dashboard.

The Lexus UX Concept will make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show next week.

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