When the side winglet mirrors have aerodynamic features, it can only mean one of two things. Either this vehicle has undergone some serious wind tunnel testing, or the designers had too much time on their hands.
On a midengined vehicle, this is where we'd expect the radiator to sit, but in the front engined LF-A we don't know what the purpose of this grating could be. Perhaps a transmission or differential cooler?
Unlike most twin gauged instrument clusters, the LF-A features a single large tachometer which integrates a digital speedometer and trip computer within its face and is flanked by a quartet of auxiliary bar gauges.
At the base of the horizontal center console is Lexus' Remote Touch controller. The CNET staff generally likes this hardware's haptic feedback but feels that Lexus' Enform software could use a bit more polish.