Seems to be lacking in those aggressive bumper angles I like and what looks to be a piece of plastic breaking up the front grille into two parts.
Other vehicles that will be debuting in Detroit include the Mercedes-Benz E-Class, the next Chrysler Town & Country, the Honda Ridgeline, the Lincoln Continental and the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback.Lexus could have one of the hits of Detroit, or at least some of the biggest news. The brand is expected to show a new model called the LC, a full-size, rear-wheel-drive grand touring coupe targeting the Mercedes-Benz SL.
The LC will use a new rwd modular platform that will go on to underpin future versions of all Lexus rwd cars, including the IS, GS, RC and LS. It also will also use the 5.0-liter V-8 from the RC F and GS F and will be paired with a new Aisin 10-speed automatic transmission. It'll be a low-volume seller, probably starting in the $100,000 range.