Lexus is showing what the future holds for its electrified cars with the LF-30, a concept that has some interesting innovations to differentiate from the current crop of EV offerings. The biggest distinguishing feature between the LF-30 and today's available electrics is four hub-mounted motors making a combined 536 horsepower. The four motors can be operated in front, rear, or all-wheel-drive, or any combination of thereof, making for what great traction and stability control. The lack of front and rear axles and floor-mounted batteries allows for a huge amount of freedom of design in the interior, and Lexus has taken full advantage of the layout. Short front and rear overhangs maximize passenger space, while a glass roof runs the full length of the car. Seats based on those from first-class airliners feature a memory material that molds each seat to the occupant and an entertainment system headlined by a custom-designed sound system by Mark Levinson.