And it looks good… Like, really good.
The new Lexus ROV (Recreational Off-highway Vehicle) concept was recently unveiled as a zero-emissions off-roader that is powered not by batteries but by hydrogen. Its 1.0-liter hydrogen engine features a high-pressure tank for the compressed hydrogen that is delivered by a direct hydrogen injector. We’re not exactly sure the power this engine provides, but it does put out zero emissions. In terms of the ROV concept’s actual style, it’s undoubtedly a Lexus vehicle. The angular design is on-brand for Lexus, as is the striking dark bronze paint finish. Inside the cockpit of the Lexus off-road concept is an area that’s luxurious but does not go anywhere near overboard. In fact, the cockpit is very simple, but the use of real and synthetic leather and fine materials give off a lavish vibe. The layout is simple, as it should be, and the seats look quite comfortable. All-in-all, the looks like a fun vehicle to romp around in, but also cruise a small town’s streets in. While there’s no word of production, it certainly looks ready for it.