Just last week, Lexus teased the first pictures of its LF-Gh hybrid concept, showing off the front and rear driver side. Apparently, Lexus didn't feel like drawing it out in a full teaser campaign, because it released an album worth of photos and a video of the New York-bound concept.

Lexus hasn't informed the world what powers the LF-Gh, outside of letting us know that it's a rear-driven hybrid system, but the automaker has gone to great lengths to detail the styling of the car, stating that elements will work their way into the production line.

Starting with a front end that you won't forget anytime soon, Lexus intends to give us a tour of "a bolder and more distinctive projection of what a premium segment model could become." Though it looks purely conceptual, that big, buxom grille foreshadows the eventual "face of Lexus." Other elements like the sculpted air inlets, vertical fog lights and LED headlamps finish off what could only be described as a strong first impression.

Moving back from the captivating front-end, Lexus has minimized features like the side mirrors and door handles to enhance the concept's look and increase aerodynamics. 20-inch wheels sit underneath well-defined arches.

In back, we find the escape route for the air that's entered the intakes up front. Lexus also put some time and thought into the design of the wraparound LED taillights.

Inside, the driver is greeted with an "intuitive" center console and premium materials. A three-dimensional analog clock provides an artistic touch.

The LF-Gh will make its world debut at the New York Auto Show, which gets underway next week.

[Motor Authority]