Lexus has a new hybrid concept to unveil in New York, and now that it's officially April, the luxury automaker has given the world a sneak peek at the model. The company released teaser pictures of both the driver-side taillight and headlight along with a short press release.

Lexus tells us that the LF-Gh stands for Lexus Future Grand Touring Hybrid. Toyota's luxury arm doesn't get into specifics on what will power the car or how it is built, but indicates that the external styling will give the world a preview of the future path of design at Lexus. Specifically, the bold, "spindle" grille gives us a look at the future "face of Lexus."

Besides the grille, Lexus hints that some other elements of the LF-Gh may be production-bound. Its press release mentions "

original thoughts and ideas that may migrate to future Lexus vehicles," as well as indicating that the LF-Gh points to "what a luxury car could become in a modern world."

The teaser pictures are focused on the lights, showcasing a three-bulbed headlamp underlined by an LED running lamp and a trapezoidal taillight with flaring ends. We also see a part of the grille that Lexus seems enthused to show off, a grille that looks like a marked departure from current-generation Lexus models. It looks pretty large and gaping and hopefully fits the rest of the concept.

Outside of that, we'll have to wait for the New York Auto Show for additional details. The show opens to the press on April 20.

[World Car Fans]