As promised, Lexus is preparing to land at the New York Auto Show with a conceptual preview for the next-generation GS sedan. That model has essentially been an evolution of the Giugiaro design that debuted on the original GS way back in 1991, but the new concept promises to show the way forward; not just for the mid-range Lexus sedan, but for the entire brand.
The Toyota luxury division has confirmed the debut of the LF-Gh – shorthand for Lexus Future Grand-Touring Hybrid (of course) – with the release of these two teaser shots and the press statement we've posted after the jump. Lexus says the car will spearhead the next step in its L-Finesse design language that's been in play for a decade now.
From what we can tell from the crop-shots, the LF-Gh looks to blend some of the aggression we've seen on Audi concepts of late with some thoroughly Japanese-looking design flourishes, but we'll have to wait a little longer to see the big picture. In any case, click past the break to read the short statement and be sure to check out high-res versions of the two teasers in our gallery below.