Gone are the seats with woven fabric stretched across tubular frames. Instead, buyers can select an optional leather treatment inspired by sashiko, a traditional Japanese quilting technique used for kendo martial arts gear. To give it a modern touch, its perforation pattern is mathematically derived, though it looks like basic triangles to us. Meanwhile, the dash trim has a finish option inspired by the look and feel of washi, traditional Japanese paper. The vents have nested LEDs that use mirror optics to produce a 3-D floating effect. In size, the UX is decidedly subcompact, lining up with other luxury crossovers like the Audi Q3, BMW X1, and Mercedes-Benz GLA.