The UX concept will either become the Lexus variant of the Toyota C-HR, or it will forever haunt your dreams in an effort to take your life.

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It's yet another ridiculous concept from Lexus, but unlike the LF-LC concept that barely changed on its way to production, I wouldn't count on this making it to dealerships as is.

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Downsizing its next SUV is a good move for Lexus, as the market continues to grow for small, luxurious crossovers.

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I still can't get over how ridiculous this thing is.

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The front end looks like something out of "Tremors."

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The rear's a bit more sensible, and the lights blending into the spoiler is a nice touch.

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The front lights are sort of an extreme version of the current lights on Lexus models.

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Thin lights -- this is our future now.

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As with every other concept car in the known universe, cameras have replaced the mirrors.

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Hopefully, we'll see a more production-ready model in the next year or two.

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