Lexus LF-LC: hydrogen through luxury
When other makers appear determined to take the field of electric automobiles, Toyota is on track to hydrogen. Right after obtaining unveiled its compact Mirai operating with this form of power, it is now the subsequent Lexus flagship sedan that will use hydrogen battery has to move.
We found the LF-LC there are currently a handful of months exposed in idea kind at the Auto Show in Detroit in 2012, the automobile has been proposed as a replacement for the aging LS.
The LF-LC was conceived at the base as a cutting, the newer version – which has just been presented at the Auto Show in Tokyo – is a sedan that appears closer to production than ever. It capabilities a lot more realistic size, standard size wheels and gigantic rear headlights that are reminiscent of these of the Mirai.
The interior is also a lot more genuine, with white leather seats and a wooden console. The front seats are really comfy the air, and the console is really stripped.
Beneath the floor of the LF-LC, there is a hydrogen fuel cell in the shape of T, according to the press release Lexus, the power generated by the latter is sent to a motor actuating the rear wheels as nicely as a pair of smaller sized engines in every front wheel. This would give the automobile a surprising maneuverability for a sedan of this size.
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