Following up on the reveal of the 2018 LC 500 Coupe at the North American International Auto show in Detroit, Lexus announced that a hybrid version of the car will be

shown in Geneva. The 2018 Lexus LC 500h will be fitted with an all-new Lexus Multi Stage Hybrid System, a next-gen gas/electric package designed endow to this new 2+2 coupe  with “enhanced driving pleasure, more performance and greater efficiency.”

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Like its conventional counterpart, the LC 500h Hybrid shares the same bold styling inspired by the LF-LC Concept car and also will be based around the all-new Lexus GA-L global architecture specifically developed for its rear-drive luxury vehicles. The structure uses a combination of aluminum, high-strength steel and carbon fiber to create solid, rigid foundation that optimizes both vehicle dynamics and passenger protection. Expect the new 2018 Lexus LC 500h model to arrive in showrooms early next year along with the regular LC 500 Coupe.

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