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Christmas isn’t coming early this year, but a peek at the Detroit Auto Show has, courtesy of Toyota’s luxury Lexus luxury brand.
The automaker has revealed in full its next sports car concept, the LF-LC, after images of it were briefly posted online by “Road and Track” magazine. The vehicle had been set to debut at the show.
Details on what makes the coupe go are still under wraps, but by using the same LF name as the company’s $375,000 LF-A supercar, all indications are that it will be a very high-performance car.
One thing that’s clear from the images, the glass-top 2+2 will be a hybrid, as indicated by badges visible on the car. Its sweeping interior design is like nothing seen before from the automaker.
Along with the LF-LC, Toyota will be unveiling a plug-in hybrid concept and its compact Prius C, which promises to be the most fuel efficient car in America.