Lexus LF-Gh Concept Coming to New York Auto Show

You can take this info out of the “rumors” drawer folks, it is now official: Lexus will bring a new concept car to this year’s edition of the New York Auto Show, in the form of the LF-Gh.

However, even though we are dealing with an official announcement, the details are surrounded by clouds of mystery. The automotive producers calls the vehicle “the future of Lexus design”, so we can expect it to offer us a hint for the company’s future design language. But when it comes to naming an exact category for the new development, things aren’t clear at all.

There are many suppositions here and there on the web, with the most plausible one being that we’ll meet the preview for the next generation of the GS. This would make sense, as the current generation of the vehicle is now in its sixth year of production and should receive a replacement next year.

Lexus announced that it will unveil the LF-Gh on April 19, one day before the press opening of the New York Auto Show.

Speaking of the NY event, let’s see how the organizers are trying to convince the public to attend it: “Mark your calendars, we will be back at the Jacob Javits Center from April 22-May 1, 2011 and we will have some of the hottest cars and trucks ever seen all under one roof. That means more sneak peeks, more brand new '11 & '12 production models and more concept vehicles than ever before.
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