Lexus LF-LC Concept at LA Auto Show

Lexus LF-LC Concept at LA Show 6 photos
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Just in case you missed it, Lexus brought the LF-LC concept back into attention and displayed it at the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Designed by Calty Design Research center in Newport Beach, California, the LF-LC features the brand’s spindle grille which got adopted by the Lexus GS several months after the North American International Auto Show in 2012 where it was displayed for the first time.

“The LF-LC was a dream car to design and a true collaborative effort at Calty. It is an honour to have that work recognised by our peers and to receive the award,” Kevin Hunter, President of the Calty design center where the car was created, said in Detroit.

The concept car is based on a front-engine configuration, incorporating a next-generation Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive System. Inside, it’s fitted with a state-of-the-art touchscreen control system linked to two LCD screens measuring 12.3 inches, while smaller smartphone-sized touchscreen displays are mounted on the door armrests for additional controls.
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