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Lexus Showcases LF-FC Hybrid Concept Car in Tokyo

Lexus has unveiled LF-FC hybrid concept car which is based on the company’s new styling theme that embodies Lexus’ “L-finesse” design philosophy.

Lexus Showcases LF-FC Hybrid Concept Car in Tokyo

According to reports, Lexus has drawn inspiration from Toyota's hydrogen predilections, specifies a drivetrain found in Toyota Mirai.

The front portion of the vehicle features a new signature grille with a new mesh design and floating "L-shaped" daytime running lights (DRL) in the front fenders.

The 4-door coupe also features 21-inch aluminum wheels with carbon fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) rims.

The interior of the LF-FC has been designed to wrap its occupants in a comfortable and the cabin has been designed in two sections, top and bottom.

Lexus said that the top section conveys a sense of openness, allowing the driver to concentrate on the road and the rear seats have been designed for a comfortable ride.

Lexus president Tokuo Fukuichi said: "Lexus wants to surprise and evoke emotion with its distinctive design and forward-thinking technology.

"For us, it is more than just a car, and we should exceed conventional imagination. The LF-FC expresses our progressive luxury and high-tech vision of a not so distant future."

Image: Lexus LF-FC hybrid concept car. Photo: courtesy of Toyota Motor Sales.

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