Lexus LF-Gh Concept Teaser: 2011 New York Auto Show Preview

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Lexus LF-Gh Concept teaser

Lexus LF-Gh Concept teaser

We called it: the Lexus LF-Gh hybrid is not, in fact, a GX hybrid SUV, as some would have had you believe. It's a look at the future styling direction of a GS-sized hybrid sedan. These are the first teaser images of the car.

We may get some more glimpses at the car before its official unveiling later this month, but for now, all Lexus is saying about the car is that it "sets out to redefine the premium grand touring sedan" and that it "conveys original thoughts and ideas that may migrate to future Lexus vehicles on a global scale."

Stay tuned.

Lexus LF-Gh Concept teaser

Lexus LF-Gh Concept teaser

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Comments (6)
  1. The rear brake lights look cool, tho the same cannot be said about the head lights. I am sure it will still be a nice car. I cant wait for the unveiling.

  2. distinctly scion feel

  3. If the GS wants to compete better with the Germans, it would need some great styling to stand out.

  4. im liking that rear light cluster and the all round effect. It will give Lexus the definition it craves that whenever you see those lights you know full well that its a lexus without having to look at the badge, especially as the shapes are very similar to Mercs and BMWs. As for the front light cluster, that is very Alfa Zagato if you ask me and doesnt work on full sized sedans, take the 159 as case in point. Beautifully sculptured body but the front light cluster just seems to be a miss as opposed to a hit for the rest of it.

  5. oh and that slice of the front air dam. ahhhhh that was the in thing about 8 years ago when Audi came along with it to be that deep. It is now copied and been dropped by a few makers that should say enough that it shoudlnt be followed. the agressiveness of the front scoop where a flood light would go is a nice touch though

  6. Correct me if Im wrong but isnt this car just a design study for the up and coming GS. I dont think that every little bit and peice of the design will actually trickle over to the production model. I believe lexus wants to show this car just to get proper reactions on what to, and what not to look forward to. IMO

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