Detroit, Michigan – Lexus has unveiled its LF-LC concept at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, a new design vehicle for a hybrid 2+2 sport coupe.
“The LF-LC concept showcases the evolution of the Lexus design, which started with the popular CT200h and the bold new GS sedan,” said Larry Hutchinson, senior executive director of Lexus in Canada. “This concept showcases Lexus’ leadership in innovation, technology and performance, all while liberating the idea of a sport coupe.”
Designed at the company’s Calty design studio in California, the LF-LC displays the new Lexus design language in its interpretation of the signature Lexus spindle grille and rear architecture.
The front-engine, rear-wheel drive LF-LC features Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive for performance and fuel efficiency. “What started as a design exercise has clearly become a strikingly creative concept,” Hutchinson said. “The LF-LC promises to deliver a dynamic driving experience, while lessening environmental impact with its next-generation hybrid powertrain.”