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Lexus LF-LC Blue Concept (2012)

CAR GARAGE | Lexus LF-LC Blue Concept (2012) | New to LF-LC and derived from the project LFA, Lexus LF-LC leverages' extensive in-house experience in marrying aluminum alloy and carbon fiber materials to Achieve a light body mass. Dubbed Advanced Lexus Hybrid Drive, the system features a powerful and efficient Atkinson cycle combustion engine is mated to roomates an advanced high-energy battery pack.  The interior of the LF-LC concept contrasts the cool ambience of advanced technology with soft textures and organic shapes to create a driver-focused synergy of form and function. The driver is enveloped by deeply scooped side panels and a high, curved console. Based on Lexus' commitment to creating an intuitive driving experience, the LF-LC incorporates a remote touch-screen device that Allows the driver to comfortably operate controls without shifting position or altering their line of sight.

Twin 12.3-inch LCD screens provide information and navigation display. Inputs come from a touch-screen control board piercing the swept center console. Set directly in front of the driver, multi-level meters layer analogue and LCD technologies. The middle layer is the tachometer mechanical center ring. The lightweight, race-inspired front seats are formed of multiple layers and repeat the interlacing curves that define the cabin interior. The racing-style steering wheel is clad in lightweight carbon fiber and contains integrated controls and start button. Supporting LF-LC's engineering features is a stunning, technology-laden exterior and interior, clad in a new white and brown interior.

Commanding The concept's bold front end are sculpted "L" shaped daytime running lights, vertical fog lamps and a fading dot matrix pattern to Convey a sense of movement. Continuing the sense of motion, the LF-LC's side profile is commanded by deeply sculpted air intakes behind the doors. The concept car's glass roof features a lightweight, cantilevered pillar with a glass-to-glass junction inspired by modern architecture. The rear is also fitted with fog lamps, repeating the fading dot matrix pattern of the front fog lamps.

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