Lexus Super Coupe LF-LC at America Auto Show 2012

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Characterized Lexus Super Coupe LF-LC for Lexus Future-Luxury Coupe, the concept 2-door vehicle premiered in January 2012 at the North American International Auto Show.

Its exteriors and interiors styling was developed by the Calty Design Research center in Newport Beach, California, which previously created the exterior styling of the first generation Lexus SC coupe and the fourth generation Lexus GS.

Super Coupe LF-LC features the brand’s spindle-shaped grille which debuted on showcase several months prior on the fourth generation Lexus GS.

It features a front-engine, rear-wheel drive drivetrain layout, which incorporates a next-generation Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive system.

Coupe LF-LC interior features a remote touchscreen control system connected to two liquid crystal display (LCD) screens that measure 12.3 inches (310 mm) in width. Smartphone-size touchscreens are placed on the door armrests for additional controls.

Lexus Coupe LF-LC was developed as a design study for a driver-focused vehicle at the direction of the Lexus Center in Japan, and work began on the concept in May 2010.

(Above content is taken from wikipedia)