As a car company, Lexus has been rolling out a range of weird but cool concepts such as the Hoverboard, a space craft, and a yacht. But this year at the Tokyo Motor Show, the automaker unveiled the LF-30 Electrified Concept, and it’s a stunner.

The concept car is huge one, measuring nearly 5.1 metres long and two metres wide, and has a wheelbase of 3.2 metres, resulting in a rather commodious cabin. Lexus says the design “embodies the vision of Lexus’ electrification,” featuring a very aggressive styling with a mix of sharp angles and contours. Signature cues like the spindle grille are present as well, while gullwing doors and a Voltaic Sky finish that employs a metal-infused coating technique add to the visual drama.

On the technical side of things, the LF-30 weighs 2,400 kg and is propelled by electric motors that are integrated into the wheels. Altogether, the electric motors put out 400 kW (536 hp) and 700 Nm of torque, enough to send it from 0-100 km/h in 3.8 seconds and onwards to a top speed of 200 km/h. The 110 kWh battery pack offers a WLTP-certified cruising range of 500 km, and the car can be recharged wirelessly.

Find out everything there is to know about the LF-30 in the video, above. Moving forward, Lexus will be expanding its electrified vehicle line-up by introducing its first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) soon, and that includes a new dedicated platform for fully-electric vehicles.