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Lexus teases its EV concept ahead of the Tokyo Motor Show

The company previously claimed all cars would be electric or have an electric powertrain option by 2025.

By 2025, all Lexus cars will be electric or have an electric powertrain option, so the company claims. We've already seen one crossover concept, the LF-1 "Limitless," which comes with gas, plug-in hybrid or all-electric powertrain options. Now, Lexus is preparing to reveal its battery electric concept at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show.

We don't know much ahead of the event, other than that the EV will combine electric and autonomous vehicle tech. "The electrified concept offers a glimpse into Lexus' future vision, which caters to consumers who are equally passionate about driving and uniquely crafted luxury experiences," the company said in a press release.

Lexus won't be alone. The Tokyo Motor Show begins October 23rd, and already, we've heard that Mazda and Nissan will show off their EV concepts.