Lexus LF-CC video released

Full reveal at the Paris Motor Show next week.


Lexus has released the first video with the upcoming LF-CC concept that will be on display next week during the Paris Motor Show. To reiterate, some of the styling cues seen in this clip will be borrowed by the 2014 IS, such as the more aggressive “spindle” grille and the full-width rear bumper flowing into the wheel arches.

The interior cabin features the Display Zone and the Operation Zone, with the first one consisting of a multi-display screen sitting on the upper side while the other one offers access for the touch tracer display for the remote system control and also provides access to the shift lever.

At the heart of the Lexus LF-CC is an entirely new 2.5-liter, 4-cylinder gasoline engine and an electric motor. There’s also a high-performance battery, a generator and the power split device which is capable of combining and reallocating the power from the gasoline engine, electric motor and generator, based upon the operational requirements.

More details will be revealed in Paris.


Source: Lexus

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DarkoInem DarkoInem
the best looking coupe ever, bravo lexus, bravo
Sep 21st, 2012 8:03pm
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techie69 techie69
This Lexus design theme reminds of the Alfas penned by Pininfarina from the overwheliming grille to the angle rear and taillights. I would have preferred a low to the ground like the concept and its 3/4 profile makes it look like its missing something in the lower front lip. The headlight assembly is most sophisticated I have seen yet, question is whether it will make to production!
Sep 21st, 2012 3:35pm
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Hell that is UGLY.....Makes the old Mazda Grille look tame.
Sep 21st, 2012 1:10pm
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dmanero dmanero
I find the colour ruins the look but the I have to agree that the LF-C was better looking than this.
Sep 20th, 2012 6:12pm
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Scuderia-Paul Scuderia-Paul
I think this LF-CC looks great apart from the rear styling which I think is very disappointing as it is too fussy. The basic architecture of the interior is lovely and excluding the near neon highlights appears production ready. The previous Lexus concept, the LF-C, is still more attractive though.
Sep 20th, 2012 6:11pm
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Siawa Siawa
Looks like a freaking demolition car from a sci-fi movie or video game.
Sep 20th, 2012 6:05pm
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