Published on 12 Mar 2012 by Elxwave
Lexus has presented the European premiere of the LF-LC Concept at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show . The prototype, unveiled for the first time at the Detroit Auto Show, is a full-hybrid sports car with a futuristic design that anticipates the look of forthcoming models of the brand.
Inside the passenger compartment the Japanese designers gave free rein to the imagination, creating very innovative lines and designing a dashboard full of technological gadgets. The LCD central screen displays several information, including an Eco Driving Indicator showing battery life and fuel efficiency.
At the Lexus Calty Design Centre of Newport Beach designers have also developed a remotely controlled touch screen system, inspired by the one seen on the F800 Style by Mercedes. Inside the two doors, small monitors are used to control rear-view mirrors, windows, seats and infotainment system.
View the full Lexus RX 450h facelift and LF-LC live in Geneva 2012 gallery