2016 Pebble Beach Concours: Concept Cars

© Rod Hatfield, Automotive Content Experience© Rod Hatfield, Automotive Content Experience
Lexus LF-LC Concept
This sleek 2+2 sport coupe is a design concept first seen in 2012 at the Detroit Auto Show. At the time, the LF-LC represented the upcoming design revolution for Lexus with a large spindle grille, flowing lines and unique taillights. Inside, the concept features twin 12.3-inch LCD screens to provide information and navigation information. Audio system, climate controls and navigation are accessed via an interface that features a pop-up touchscreen keyboard for more complex entries. Similar touchscreen surfaces on each door operate the windows, mirrors, seat adjustments and personal entertainment settings. Earlier this year at the Geneva Motor Show, Lexus revealed the LC 500 — the production vehicle based on the LF-LC Concept.

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