Lexus gave a preview of its future in electric vehicles with the LF-Z Electrified, packed with tech and design that hints at what's to come from the luxury manufacturer. Wearing a high-riding crossover silhouette with a sloping roofline, the LF-Z trades Lexus' unique front grille for a solid design in a nod to its electric powertrain. With no engine, the front and rear overhangs are extremely short, taking full advantage of the space utilization EVs offer. At the rear is an LED brake light that spans the width of the car, along with an F1-inspired miniature shark fin, verticle light strip, and a massive faux diffuser. The interior gives the driver a HUD and yoke-style steering wheel, while all passengers enjoy a full glass dome roof. Lexus didn't offer many details on the powertrain other than a steer-by-wire system and software that can operate in front-, rear-, or all-wheel-drive.