8 Lexus LF-SA
roof-mounted laser scanner maps the road and adjusts suspension and ride height for rocks and potholes. It can also drive itself, while the steering wheel can manoeuvre so both front-seat passengers can take turns driving and there’s a pair of scooters in the rear. showcases how Nissan hatchbacks could look in the future. The Micra is due for a refresh and if it looks like this we’ll put a deposit down. Geneva was packed with supercars battling for attention, but in amongst them was this little concept from Lexus, and we mean little. The LF-SA measures just 3,400mm long, 1,700mm wide and 1,430mm high – smaller than a VW up! There is a hologram-style digital screen inside and a large head-up display that shows various read-outs, plus enough room for four adults. Well, small ones.