After winning the design award at the Detroit Motor Show, Lexus LF-LC Concept coupe gets visitors' vote at Chicago Auto Show
Crafted by the team at Toyota's Calty design studio in Newport Beach, California, this hot-looking coupe has bagged the popular peoples' prize at the Chicago Auto Show.
With sweptback headlights resembling a falcon's face, a long hood and a fastback roof, the new Lexus LF-LC concept luxury sports coupe has all the makings of being the brand's successor to the SC luxury coupe that has been in production for years.
LF-LC 2+2 coupe has a glass roof and polished aluminium trim. Across the body, curves blend smoothly into dynamic angles creating an engaging interplay of lines, shadows and corners.
On the inside, you are welcomed with a combination of smooth leather, suede, brushed metal and wood with advanced controls like a pair of LCD displays and multiple touch screens to control everything from audio to climate control to sideview mirrors, door locks and windows. Having said this, the coupe clearly reveals the bold-and-beautiful Lexus design language for its future cars.
The hybrid has also won the 'best concept in show' title at Chicago as voted by the thousands of visitors to the 10-day event. LF-LC will make its first appearance outside of North America at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.