The Paris Motor Show will see the latest concept vehicle being unveiled by Lexus.
The new mid-size coupe will ostensibly influence future models that the company is set to put into production.
The LF-CC is set to have rear-wheel drive and full hybrid power. The LF-CC shares design cues with the LF-LC 2+2 sports coupe concept that was shown at the Detroit Motor Show earlier this year.
The LF-CC is equipped with a new 2.5-litre full hybrid powertrain which delivers a combination of sporting performance suitable for a mid-size coupe and low emissions, targeted below 100g/km. Lexus expects the powertrain to be the most efficient in its class, producing more than 2bhp per gramme of CO2.
This Lexus Hybrid Drive powertrain uses a new, ultra-smooth 2.5-litre four-cylinder DOHC petrol engine, mated to a compact, high-output electric motor.
In addition to the engine and electric motor, the system also features a generator, high-performance battery, a power split device and compact power control unit.
The hybrid engine is set to be used in the Lexus model range in the future.