A second version of the Lexus LF-LC concept is set to debut in October at the Australian International Motor Show.

At the beginning of this year, Lexus introduced the spectacular LF-LC hybrid 2+2 sport coupe concept. Now it seems a new version of the concept will be unveiled in October at the Australian International Motor Show in Sydney. Expect to see an all-wheel drive 370+ kW (500 HP) coupe that will preview future supercars from Lexus that will utilize advanced materials like carbon fiber.

Chances are that in the years to come Lexus will launch a production version based on these two concepts and it could represent a successor of the SC. According to various speculations, the model might wear the LC 600h moniker and could be motivated by a hybridized V8 5.0-liter with more than 500 hp (373 kW / 507 PS), enough for a 0-62 mph sprint in 5 seconds.

Hopefully, Lexus will share more information about the possibility of a production model at the upcoming motor show in Sydney.


Gallery: New version of Lexus LF-LC heading to Australian International Motor Show