Lexus Has A Big Reveal Planned For This Upcoming Auto Show

Reveal

Hopefully it won't dissappoint.

A few months ago, we reported that the Lexus LS may not be the company’s flagship model and that there’s going to be something above the luxury sedan. As it turns out, Lexus said that it will reveal a new luxury concept car at the Tokyo Auto Show later this year. Said concept “expresses Lexus’ future vision of progressive luxury.” This new concept car may underpin the design and maybe even the technology that will be put in the upcoming LS and soon-to-be revived SC coupe flagship models.

As for design, the two cars will probably be based on the sexy LF-LC concept that will make it to production in 2016. Expect the new LS and revived SC to have 5.0-liter V8 engines ranging from over 400 hp to up to 600 hp with a hybrid variant producing around 500 hp. We don't have any photos of what this concept will look like but we're betting it'll be fantastic and sport a weird grille.

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