“From the point of view of style”, said Ian Cartabiano, President and Director of Design at ED2, “this LF-30 represents something new. Electric, with solid state batteries and four electric motors, it has a body that develops along the entire length of the vehicle and wheels placed at the four corners. The car combines sporty shapes at the front with those of a more spacious and comfortable model at the rear. The result is a defined profile with a single line that rises from the front end to the height of the D pillar and then slopes back down to give the tail a suggestive drop shape. At the front, everything hinges on the shape of the central zone, which recalls, in its definition of volumes, the classic “hourglass” grille that is typical of the brand. But, it replaces the grille with a closed surface, which merges with the rest of the bodywork”.