The Lexus LF-Gh concept will debut at the 2011 New York International Auto Show. The concept has been conceived as a redefinition of the luxury grand tourer, with a "clean sheet of paper" approach to its design.
Lexus aimed to combine style, performance, efficiency and environmental compatibility alongside new technologies.
The front end has a spindle-shaped grille which enhances the car's presence as well as aerodynamics and will be inherited by future Lexus models.
The Lexus LF-Gh designers have looked at traditional features such as door mirrors and handles and ensured they are more subtle for both the sleek look and for aerodynamics.
The Lexus LF-Gh's interior is orientated around the driver, with a high visibility instrument panel and an intuitive centre console. A new three-dimensional faced analogue clock is the focal point for the cabin representing a shift in Lexus's design philosophy.
The Lexus LF-Gh's hybrid powertrain is denoted by its Blue LED Lexus Hybrid Drive badges in the front grille and on the bootlid.
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