NYIAS 2011: Lexus LF-Gh Concept [Live Photos]
The vehicle winked from the New York Auto Show’s floor, telling us that it is time for the carmaker’s L-finesse design language to become mature. As you can see from the images, the revolution has taken place at the rear, which is now just as interesting as the rest of the vehicle.
"Although only a concept, we hope the LF-Gh will resonate with our customers worldwide, and communicate our intention to once again advance ideas about the face of Lexus luxury in the years to come," said said Kengo Matsumoto, general manager, Lexus Design Division.
The LF-Gh also offers a direction for the future of Lexus’ interior design, featuring special items, such as an analogue timepiece that uses a three-dimensional face.
Lexus didn’t mention anything about the ICElectric muscles of the car, but the company promised that it wants to offer a balance between efficiency and performance.
"Customers have been waiting for a bold concept like this from Lexus," said Mark Templin, Lexus Division group vice president and general manager. "We look forward to their feedback and integrating some of these exciting design features into future Lexus vehicles."
Well, you heard the man: send your feedback, we’re ready to let Lexus know what you think about its future eye candy (and not only).
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