That leaves us with the RZ550e name, which could mean one of two things, or possibly even both. It could also gain a larger, improved battery pack, but Lexus could also potentially play around with the available motors.
Tri-motor setups are becoming more commonplace. The most recent vehicle to use this layout is the recently introduced Cybertruck in Cyberbeast trim.
If Lexus wants to build the ultimate RZ, it could use the small 80 kW motor up front, and two 150 kW motors on the rear axle. Using this setup, the car would likely produce a combined output of roughly 500 hp, which isn’t exactly groundbreaking in a world of 1,000 hp sedans, but enough to put a grind on your face in a straight line.
We’ll have to wait and see exactly what Lexus has planned, but there are at least three new RZ derivatives incoming.