The new Lexus LC 500h, a hybrid version of the all-new LC luxury coupe will be unveiled in the coming 2016 Geneva Motor Show -- featuring the company’s recent breakthroughs in hybrid technology. The new hybrid promises better efficiency, performance and improved driving experience thanks to the Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System, Lexus’s next generation hybrid powertrain.
On the other hand, the flagship luxury coupe, the all-new LC was recently debuted during the 2016 North American International Auto Show. With its premium styling, fine craftsmanship and dynamic performance, it is easy to gauge that this luxury coupe showcases Lexus’ latest architecture and design philosophy.
The LC is inspired by the LF-LC concept that was first unveiled in 2012, which marked a shift then in Lexus’ design language and engineering philosophy. The impressive visual styling of the concept was praised and recognized as evidenced by the awards this concept has received: LC EyesOn Design awards for Production Car and Best Designed Interior at the 2016 NAIAS.
Meanwhile, Lexus will be showcasing another car, the LF-FC concept in the same 2016 Geneva Motor Show. This new concept is touted as a sneak peek into what the company’s future flagship could look like and was first unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show.
This concept car is considered revolutionary because it is powered by a high output fuel cell system and features high tech touchless human-machine interface as well as automated driving capability.