Lexus LF-LC 2+2 Hybrid Sports Coupe Surfaces Ahead Of Detroit Auto Show

Posted: Jan 5 2012, 2:30pm CST | by , Updated: Jan 5 2012, 2:36pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

 

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Little detail ahead of the show

Lexus has offered up a press release packed with two sentences and a photo to tease its concept car that will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto show that kicks off soon. The car was designed in the US at the Calty design studio in California. The car is strapped with a horrible name Lexus LF-LC 2+2 Hybrid Sport Coupe is a mouth full.

Lexus is offering up no hard details on the car, but presumably, it will have a hybrid system more focused on performance than all out fuel economy. The LF-LC has a lot of the LF-A sports car in its style.

I also think I can see some Nissan GT-R in there as well, not that Lexus would appreciate that. I would bet when the show kicks off we will get more details on the car. From what I see, this car isn't that far off from something that could really be produced.

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