Lexus revealed their latest concept (which may come into production as hinted by Lexus execs) over at the 2012 Australian International Motor Show. The concept car is powered by a combination of the concept’s petrol and electric engines developing a total of 372kW (500hp) – the most of any Lexus hybrid.
Lexus Australia’s Tony Cramb said that LF-LC Blue is a demonstration of what the future may hold for sports cars. “For decades, Lexus has been synonymous with hybrid drivetrains, superior build quality, comfort and reliability,” Cramb said. “With the LF-LC we now reinforce our design and technology credentials. The LF-LC is absolutely stunning. Its good looks mask some very exciting design and engineering innovations that will influence Lexus vehicles in the future.
“LF-LC is part concept, part reality: the concept hints at what’s to come from Lexus, while the reality has us actively studying how we can engineer and build a vehicle like this in the future.”
With technological gadgets, LED screens, high-powered combination of a hybrid drive and extensive performance input for the Lexus LF-LC, it will definitely be a joy to see this vehicle when and if Lexus decides to mass produce it.