Do you enjoy ambiguity? Well, this teaser image from Lexus will be right up your alley then. The luxury automaker has announced that it will unveil its fourth flagship model soon but is remaining extremely vague on just what it is.

UPDATE: It’s the LY 650, a luxury yacht that measures just over 65 feet and will cost a lot of money. Like, a couple of million ringgit or more.

In an official release, the company merely writes, “luxury buyers around the world are familiar with the Lexus LS, LX, and LC. Tomorrow, the luxury lifestyle brand will announce its fourth flagship. Stay tuned.”

If we had to guess, this could be the production version of the brand’s LF-1 Limitless concept that was shown at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS). The rather striking show car was described as a “flagship luxury crossover” at the time, which certainly fits the bill here.

According to Lexus, the LF-1 Limitless could be powered by hydrogen fuel cell, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, gasoline, or even all-electric powertrains. It also comes with autonomous driving capability, including a chauffeur mode.

Dimension wise, the concept measures 5,014 mm long, 1,986 mm wide and 1,605 mm tall, with a 2,974 mm wheelbase. The interior is awash with fancy materials, high levels of craftsmanship, and a plethora of displays that controlled via motion tracking or touch.

Of course, we’ll have to wait for Lexus to officially unveil its new flagship to see if this is the case. In the meantime, try and fathom just what is being shown in the teaser image.

GALLERY: Lexus LF-1 Limitless concept