The Japanese based automaker Lexus has recently brought the LF-CC Concept car to the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas.
After it was unveiled just a month ago and then brought to the 2012 Paris Motor Show in a world premiere, the Lexus LF-CC Concept is now being placed into the spotlights once more, this time with the carmaker announcing its American debut during the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas. The Lexus LF-CC Concept will inspire the 2014 IS and the wheel arches, rear bumper or front grille are expected to be borrowed by the model.
Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus is saying that the LF-CC Concept is powered by a 2.5 iter four-cylinder gasoline engine, which is “helped” on the way by an electric motor and a high-performance battery. A generator and a power split device can relocate the power provided by either the gasoline unit, the electric motor and the generator and thanks to these innovations Lexus is saying that the LF-CC is emitting less than 100 g/km of CO2. More details on the model are limited for the moment but you can check out the photo gallery posted below in the meantime.