The Japanese car brand Lexus has pulled the wraps off the new Lexus LF-CC Concept here at the Paris Motor Show. The compact, rear-wheel drive, full hybrid LF-CC integrates various design cues from the LF-LC Concept and is one of the highlights of the show.

The LF-CC will be the first step of a launch of a premium mid-sized coupe in the more accessible D-segment in the near future. The LF-CC is finished in a new Fluid Titanium exterior colour, a special metallic finish. The LF-CC’s interior has a dashboard divided into two distinct zones: an upper display zone with a multi-display screen and a lower operation zone featuring an uniquely designed shift lever and an innovative touch tracer display for remote system control. The seats, door panels and instrument hood are trimmed in a warm amber leather finish.

Representing a new Lexus powertrain for future production, the LF-CC is equipped with an all-new efficient 2.5 liter full hybrid powertrain delivering a combination of a sporting, D-segment coupe and low CO2 emissions, targeted below 100g/km. This Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain features a 2.5 liter four-cylinder petrol engine mated to a magnet electric motor. Lexus will introduce this new hybrid powertrain into its model range in the near future.

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