Lexus forges into exotic sports car territory with the LF-A concept vehicle. Integrating the simple elegance of the new Lexus design initiative with Formula One–inspired style, sculpted curves and fluid lines make a dynamic statement. The clean lines of the two-seat cockpit are minimalist and futuristic, so there's no distraction from the impressive ride.
The LF-S concept car is a luxury sedan that satisfies the craving for both groundbreaking performance and breathtaking style. A V8 gasoline engine, combined with high-output electric motors for a hybrid 4WD, is sure to own the road. The sleek lines, as well as a transparent roof with security illumination, are beautifully innovative.
The daring style of the LF-C luxury sports coupe concept car suggests where Lexus design is heading. The exterior features a confident stance and short overhangs, while the vehicle's performance resonates with the interior's Formula One–inspired styling and drive-by-wire steering. It lives up to its promise with the high-output, front-mounted V8 engine and six-speed sequential automatic transmission.
Lexus reaffirms its commitment to high-performance hybrids with the elegant LF-Sh concept vehicle. With a powerful V8 engine that works in conjunction with two electric motors, the LF-Sh is an engineering marvel. Furthermore, the powertrain is linked to an all-wheel drive system that helps provide precision handling. Style is also on the forefront with the sedan's muscular appearance, chrome trim and clean lines.
A high-performance GS F-Sport model will also be available using the same 3.5-liter V6 and will feature high spring rates, a thicker anti-roll bar, firmer adaptive shocks, larger two-piece front brake rotos, four-wheel steering, a variable-ratio rack and 19-inch wheels. The GS will debut on August 18 2011 but Lexus wouldn’t reveal the exact on-sale date. We expect it to be in showrooms sometime in early 2012. The F-Sport model will also go on sale in early 2012 and, an all-wheel drive version of the GS350 will be available sometime around the middle of next year.
With the versatility of a luxury utility vehicle and the performance of a sport sedan, the Lexus LF-X is the intelligent evolution of the SUV. Powered by a 4.3-liter 300-horsepower  V8 engine, its athletic chassis is built for performance. The driver-oriented instrumentation evokes the luxurious comfort and sophistication of an executive jet. The well-planned interior features full-volume bucket seats in the first two rows, while a third-row seat specifically designed for children folds into the floor.
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