The Japanese based automaker Lexus has released more official images with the LF-Lc Concept.
After making its official debut at the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, the Lexus LF-Lc Concept was presented at the Geneva Motor Show in March and now the car manufacturer is once again placing the stunning vehicle into the spotlights once again by releasing more official images with it. According to the automaker, the Lexus LF-Lc Concept is able to adjust the windows, seats, mirrors and air conditioning system through its infotainment touch screen display integrated into the doors and a production version of the prototype isn’t excluded for the moment.
After being well received by the public on two continents, the officials at Lexus are deciding whether to put the LF-Lc Concept car into production and if it will make it to the assembly line, the final price would stand between 100,000 and 130,000 euros. The Lexus LF-Lc Concept is coming as a 2+2 sport coupe concept, with a dynamic body, a new grille, vertical fog lamps, afterburner tail lamps, quad exhaust and a glass roof. The cabin has been fitted with two 12.3-inch LCD screens, a remote touch-screen control board used for the audio system, navigation and climate control, pop-up touch screen keyboard for complex entries and touch screen controllers.