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New York 11' Preview: Lexus Releases Teasers of the LF-Gh Hybrid Concept

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Lexus is set to unveil the LF-Gh hybrid concept at the New York Auto Show later this month. To get us ready for the official debut, Lexus has released two teaser photos of the new concept.

The LF-Gh, which stands for Lexus Future Grand Touring Hybrid. According to Lexus the concept "sets out to redefine the premium grand touring sedan." The overall design will be an evolution of the Lexus L-Finesse design philosophy that has been used by Lexus since 2001. Lastly the concept should be a preview of what we can expect from the next-generation GS.

Stay tuned for the official unveiling on April 20.

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PRESS RELEASE:

Lexus LF-Gh Hybrid Concept To Make World Debut at 2011 New York International Auto Show

* Stylish and assertive concept advances notions of premium luxury
* Concept explores Lexus' future direction; global design identity evolves
* Aggressive and bold "spindle" front grille hints at new face of Lexus vehicles


TORRANCE, Calif. (April 5, 2011) - Lexus today announced that the LF-Gh hybrid concept will make its world debut at the 2011 New York International Auto Show.

The LF-Gh, which stands for Lexus Future Grand Touring Hybrid, sets out to redefine the premium grand touring sedan. Through this exercise, the definition of L-Finesse, the marque's design philosophy since 2001, has been refined and evolved to include a bolder, more distinct projection of what a luxury car could become in a modern world. The result is the LF-Gh concept, which conveys original thoughts and ideas that may migrate to future Lexus vehicles on a global scale.

The new concept will be on display in the Lexus exhibit at the New York International Auto Show from April 20 - May 1, 2011.

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