by Sweta

Christmas is coming and also distributed Lexus for this reason a small gift to friends: Actually, the new is to sports car study Lexus LF-LC  was 9 January at the Detroit Auto Show 2012 are shown, but as a small and guaranteed calorie free appetizers for the holidays, the Toyota subsidiary is already showing the first three pictures that give us a first impression of the little brother of the LF-A super sports car.


The 2 +2- seater should not only be a preview of an upcoming model, but also showcase the future design language of the Japanese luxury brand. Officially, the LF-LC was created from scratch and based on a white sheet of paper, the known vertices can have a certain proximity to the Toyota GT 86 but not hide.

Whether Lexus also plans a production version of athlete’s interesting and what could breathe for an engine life of the athlete, we will probably find out on the edge of the show in Detroit. Our advice:. LF-LC is available in the shop faster than the competition is dear.

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