Lexus has finally revealed a complete photo of the LF-LC 2+2 sport coupe concept that will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show this January.
"Crafted from a clean sheet of paper at the request of Lexus headquarters in Japan, the LF-LC blends both high technology and organic shapes to connect the driver to the machine," said Mark Templin, Lexus group vice president and general manager. "The clean lines of the vehicle emphasize motion, creating a distinctive look for this futuristic sport coupe."
What we've gathered from the photo that Lexus has failed to mention in the other teasers it has released is that the LF-LC has a hybrid drivetrain.
Conceived as a design exercise to explore the future of Lexus design, the LF-LC was created at the company's Calty design studio in Newport Beach, California.
Lexus' revelation of the LF-LC comes just a few days after LexusEnthusiast.com said that Road & Track "accidentally published a video" of the car, which was then taken down shorty thereafter.