Lexus plans on creating some waves at the Paris Auto Show later this month by revealing its new D-segment, ultra-luxurious car called the Lexus LF-CC.
The luxury carmaker from Japan continues to exemplify its tryst with hybrid power first introduced with the LF-LC at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show with this concept car. It will showcase a new hybrid powertrain that Lexus will use for all future models. The 2.5-liter full powertrain will deliver a combination of engaging performance appropriate to D-segment coupe and low carbon dioxide emissions, which are targeted below 100 g/km. The new hybrid engine adopts technologies like the Atkinson cycle and D-4S direct injection technology, which is what makes it so clean.
The front of the car features the signature Lexus ‘spindle’ grill, and the front headlamps were designed to be eye-catching with the narrow headlamp housing three LED, projector-style bulbs set between the lower and upper fender surfaces.
The concept car’s interior is split into two zones: “Display,” which is the upper part of the of the dashboard that houses a multi-display screen, and “Operational,” which is the lower part of the dashboard and houses the shift lever and the touch tracer display for the remote system control.
For more pictures of Lexus LF-LC concept car to be introduced at the Paris Auto Show later this month, click here.
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Source: Student Newsie