[PHOTO GALLERY] Lexus LF-LC Concept unveiled in Detroit image

The Japanese based automaker Lexus has officially unveiled the LF-LC Concept, at the 2012 Detroit Motor Show.

The Lexus LF-LC Concept isn’t what you might call a surprise appearance and the model has been teased several times and it even leaked on the internet, just ahead of its debut. But the LF-LC is now finally here and it has been presented by Lexus at the 2012 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Even if the Lexus LF-LC Concept has been officially revealed at the over-seas automotive event, the manufacturer didn’t release any details on the engine, performance and similar features.

According to the car manufacturer, the Lexus LF-LC Concept has been created at Calty Design Studio in Newport Beach, California, and it’s a 2+2 sport coupe concept, coming with a dynamic body, a new grille, vertical fog lamps, afterburner tail lamps, quad exhaust and a glass roof. The interior 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, a pop-up touch screen keyboard for complex entries, touch screen controllers used for the windows, mirrors, seat adjustments, personal entertainment and door panels and many other things which will eventually go wrong and make your life a living hell.

The Lexus LF-LC Concept will catch the production line as the SC successor and it is believed that the model will be launched as the LC 600h. Rumors say that the LF-LC in its final production version will be powered by a hybridized 5.0 liter V8 engine, which will develop around 500 horsepower, helping the model to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in less than 5 seconds.