US websites reveal more pictures of Lexus LF-Ch
9 September 2009

More pictures of the Lexus LF-Ch concept car have leaked on to the internet, showing new angles of its exterior and interior.

The images of the Audi A3 and BMW 1-series rival - which will make its debut at the Frankfurt motor show next month - have been leaked on to American websites.

See the leaked Lexus LF-Ch pictures.

Details on the five-door concept car are scarce, beyond the fact that it is a hybrid that can be driven in an electric-only mode.

A Lexus source told Autocar a production version of the car - with both hybrid and conventional drivetrains - has now been given the green light.

Although Lexus saloons are generally rear-wheel drive, this model is likely to be front-wheel drive, like the Audi.

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9 September 2009

The back reminds me of a cross between the previous Megane, Vel Satis and Peugeot 308SW. Intriguing.

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9 September 2009

Looks like a show spec Mazda to me.

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