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Hender Scheme's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Hender Scheme's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Ondrej Zunka's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Ondrej Zunka's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Salehe Bembury's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Salehe Bembury's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
Salehe Bembury's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.
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Futuristic Interiors of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified

By Eunice Chan

April 27, 2021

To celebrate the launch of the LF-Z Electrified, a battery electric concept car, Lexus has joined with three pioneering talents. Each was asked to reimagine the interior design of the LF-Z Electrified, presenting their idiosyncratic visions of the future.

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Salehe Bembury's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

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Salehe Bembury's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

Designer Salehe Bembury drew inspiration from nature, creating an interior that merges futurism and organic forms, alongside his signature use of bright colors. “I want this car to feel like a seamless juxtaposition of machine and nature,” said Bembury. “Equally utilizing the function of the machine and the benefits and nature to fuel and nurture the passengers to their destination.”

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Ondrej Zunka's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

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Ondrej Zunka's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

Digital artist Ondrej Zunka’s speculative design features hyper-futuristic mechanisms, materials, and hues. Through the lens of his digital art practice, Zunka aims to “make the interior feel as if it wasn’t made by humans,” forgoing any existing norms of automotive design.

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Hender Scheme's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

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Hender Scheme's design for Lexus, courtesy of Lexus.

Focusing on Japanese heritage and craftsmanship, Japanese fashion label Hender Scheme contrasts untreated leather with the advanced technology of the vehicle. The deepening in color of the material over time reflects the driver’s relationship to the vehicle.

“Each of the collaborators brings a fresh energy that not only reinterprets the interior of the LF-Z but also examines the themes of Lexus’ next chapter,” said Brian Bolain, General Manager at Lexus International. 

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