Lexus LF-Gh Concept 2011 Review,
The Lexus LF-Gh Concept makes its global debut at the 2011 New York International Auto Show. Working with a clean sheet of paper, Lexus Design Division designers aimed to perfectly blend style, performance, efficiency, and environmental compatibility in a premium, grand touring sedan while trying to leverage advanced, new technologies. The team explored how a future grand touring sedan would look standing still and on the road, and what design approaches might work to convey an extraordinary combination of attributes. They came up with a design that unites hard and soft; and energetic and soothing elements.
Hybrid Propulsion, Blue LED Lexus Hybrid Drive badges located on the front grille and rear trunk lid signal an intention to provide equal measures of fuel efficiency and performance on demand. The rear valance blends sculpted exhaust tips for a very clean, finished look, minimizing the presence of the exhaust system to suggest that the flow of exhaust gas will be substantially reduced. Taken as a whole, the treatment emphasizes that this hybrid concept is designed to comply with the exceptionally low emissions requirements of the future. The Lexus LF-Gh design supports engineering that changes current notions of power, efficiency, safety, and environmental consideration in a premium luxury car.
Lexus LF-Gh Concept Specifications:
Propulsion : Lexus Hybrid Drive
Length : 192.5 inches
Width : 73.6 inches
Height : 57.1 inches
Wheelbase : 112.2 inches
Tire size (Front) : P245 / 35R20
Tire size (Rear) : P285 / 30R20
reference : various source.