It's called the Lexus LF-NX, and is the Japanese carmaker's vision of a “mid-sized” crossover – think Audi Q5 – that could become part of the range in the future. Could.
Of course, the styling is all concept fluff, but are we alone in thinking it looks a bit... messy? Sure, it's an aggressive thing, and is said to reflect a further evolution of Lexus' L-finesse design language that features on today's line-up. There are daytime running lights. There's Lexus' now signature grille. There are many vertical lines.
It's suitably Star Trek inside, following the “human oriented” element of the L-finesse design, and features an upper display zone and lower operation zone, complete with carved metal surfacing and blue instrument lighting. Then there's the yellow and black leather with contrast stitching.
We're only given a hint on power – it's a "new variation" of Lexus' Hybrid Drive system, "tuned for SUV performance". Expect either the 3.5-litre V6 from the RX, or the 2.5-litre V6 from the GS, together with an electric motor and battery pack for full hybrid functionality; brake energy regeneration, the engine used to charge the battery, zero emission town driving, etc.
It'll make its debut on 10 September, so we'll report back to see if it looks any less imposing in reality.
A version of this story originally appeared on TopGear.com.