Geneva Motor Show is going to be a big time for Lexus and a great experience for all its fans visiting its boot, because there will happen the world premiere of the LC 500h luxury coupe, which is powered by new Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System. In addition, the European visitors will also witness the debut of the innovative LF-FC fuel cell saloon concept, which we have seen already at the Tokyo Auto Show last October and later at NAIAS in January.
The hybrid version of the new LC luxury coupe, called LC 500h, is equipped with a next generation hybrid powertrain or the so called Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System. It will provide higher performance values to its future customers, enhanced driving pleasure, and of course, greater efficiency.
Differentiated by its unique styling appearance, its unique performance and craftsmanship involved in its making, position it as one of Lexus's flagship models. By the way, it was also disclosed that the LC is built on a new Lexus architecture, which is the reason for the greater dynamic capabilities of the model.
The next big premiere, this time only for Europe, makes the LF-LC concept. The car was revealed back in 2012 when it marked the start of the current design direction for Lexus. Thanks to its outstanding visual appeal the concept car was awarded with two EyesOn Design awards for best production car and interior design at the 2016 NAIAS.
Now the LF-FC is making its first European appearance in Geneva. The visionary new vehicle delivers a glimpse of Lexus's design and technology direction for a future flagship saloon. Powered by a high-output fuel cell system the vehicle also features advanced, touchless controls and automated driving technologies.
More information for both debuts to come a couple of days before the start of Geneva Motor Show.