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In the past 12 months there probably hasn't been another concept car that's received so much polarizing attention as the Lexus LF-NX.

It's been a product that has a lot of folks saying "Oh my" in a good way and leaving others revolted claiming it looks too much like the fictional alien in the movie Predator.

What's our take you ask? I'll tell you right now that it photographs awfully but when you see it in real life it's a very convincing design that will turn your opinion VERY quickly. It's very aggressive and definitely cutting edge.

Of course as we reported to you it will be toned down quite a bit as it transitions from concept to reality. We're hoping it isn't so watered down that it loses its panache.

That said, stay tuned to the product debut in Beijing AND, if we're lucky, perhaps we'll be graced by its presence in New York — I am not crossing my fingers.


Lexus' press release follows:

All-New Lexus NX World Premiere at 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition


- Based on LF-NX Concept
- Lexus Expands Luxury Utility Vehicle Line-up


BEIJING - April 4, 2014 – The all-new Lexus NX luxury compact crossover will debut at the 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. The unveiling of the NX, based on the LF-NX concept, marks Lexus' entry into the fast growing luxury compact crossover segment. With its striking design, advanced technologies and Lexus' signature spindle grill, the NX will set new standards for future models in the line-up.

In addition, the new Lexus RC F performance coupe will make its China debut at the Beijing show.

The Lexus press conference will take place on April 20 at the W3 Hall of the China International Exhibition Center.

For detailed information, please visit www.lexus-int.com



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