After the upcoming LF-LC Concept was leaked online through a series of magazine scans, the Japanese brand decided to release an official photo and a few details regarding their Detroit bound model.
According to its creators the LF-LC is a 2+2 sport coupe represents a design exercise that tries to explore the future of Lexus in terms of design.
The concept was created at the Calty design studio in Newport Beach, California, and when speaking about it, Mark Templin, Lexus group vice president and general manager said that "Crafted from a clean sheet of paper at the request of Lexus headquarters
in Japan, the LF-LC blends both high technology and organic shapes to
connect the driver to the machine," "The clean lines of the vehicle emphasize motion, creating a distinctive look for this futuristic sport coupe."
We’ll get our first proper look at the LF-LC on January 9th at 1:25 pm Eastern time when the company will unveil it at the North American International Auto Show.   

Source: Lexus