Japanese high-tech premium car heralds the future of its large luxury sedans with LF-FC concept is powered by a hydrogen fuel cell.
Lexus in Geneva will be in full effect – despite the LF-FC concept they will bring hybrid LC500h hybrid coupe – but more important novelty is precisely the announcement of future large sedan brand.
European debut of the LF-FC announces production car that will use hydrogen as fuel and which should hit the market later than 2020 th year. What has been confirmed is that the production car based on the LF-FC with a more traditional plant will hit the market in the next few years and will replace the large LS sedan Lexus, Lexus but now more or less officially confirmed that hydrogen model will go into series production.
The heads of the Lexus believe hydrogen plant is “the ideal choice for the segment of luxury cars,” mostly due to extremely peaceful work, great autonomy and excellent efficiency. Hydrogen system installed in LF-FC concept is interesting – primarily drives the rear wheels through electric motors powered by fuel cell, but if necessary can transmit power to two electric motors and set the front wheels, and actually give the big sedan drive to all four wheels. The system has a T-shape, and by Lexus offers an ideal weight distribution.
Sure, Lexus would not be offered unless and cutting-edge technology – and with LF-LC concept will see autonomous technology controls through gestures, and much, much more.