Published on 21 Mar 2012 by Elxwave
Lexus has released a new series of images of the concept LF-LC. The full hybrid sports car was unveiled for the first time in Europe at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show and was created to anticipate the future design of the Japanese brand.
The look, very sleek and sporty, presents cutting edge technical solutions for the body, as well as high-tech equipment inside the car. The designers at the Lexus Calty Design Centre of Newport Beach gave free rein to the imagination to create innovative features for the interior, essential but elegant, futuristic and comfortable, too.
The driver can control various functions through an LCD screen placed at the centre of the dashboard. The windows, seats, rear-view mirrors, air conditioning system and infotainment are controlled via two touch-screen displays integrated into the doors. The LF-LC boasts 21” wheels fitted with 265/35 tires. The Japanese brand does not exclude a future production of the prototype, as Yoshi Inaba, President of Toyota North America said “judging from the fantastic reception it received, people want us to build it”. We can expect the model to be put on the market with an estimated price of £120.000.
View the full Lexus LF-LC new official images photo gallery