Lexus LF-LC concept hybrid luxury cars


Lexus LF-LC, concept cars, hybrid luxury cars, lexus, luxury cars 2012

Lexus has issued a new car with a Lexus LF-LC. This car has been on display at the Australian Motor Show, held at the Australian kangaroo. After receiving a few upgrades, this concept car will come as the perfect car. A lightweight carbon fiber also added rather than the next generation of Lexus hybrid powertrain. "Developed from the Lexus LFA supercar, the LF-LC extensive use of Lexus' in-house experience in combining carbon fiber and aluminum alloy to achieve a body mass of light. As a result, we can get a very toned body that responds quickly and crackers to driver input.

In addition, the next-gen hybrid system, Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive has been presented here. This system will really bring the Atkinson cycle combustion engine that has been fitted to the "advanced high-energy battery pack" ready to bring greater power than a smaller battery than the last one used by Lexus. Along with this system, you will get a powerful car, however, the battery works there smaller.

In this concept the Lexus LF-LC Blue, you will get a spectacular cabin. Since there are several upgrades, including in the interior, the cabin is now comes with a new white and brown color scheme. Lexus says that the LF-LC concept Blue a clue about what the next thing will actually come to us and come to market. More importantly, they are aggressively studying ways to engineer and build a car like this in the future. It seems to be a clever way to make improvements. To get a closer look at the Concept Lexus LF-LC Blue, just check it out in the gallery below.

Lexus LF-LC, concept cars, hybrid luxury cars, lexus, luxury cars 2012

Lexus LF-LC, concept cars, hybrid luxury cars, lexus, luxury cars 2012

Lexus LF-LC, concept cars, hybrid luxury cars, lexus, luxury cars 2012

Lexus LF-LC, concept cars, hybrid luxury cars, lexus, luxury cars 2012

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