Japanese auto-maker Lexus has introduced the LF-CC hybrid concept, a mid-sized rear-wheel drive vehicle, set to debut at the 2012 Paris Auto Show. Framed with a deep spoiler and a refined front end, the new model bases its form language off the LF-LC concept body, where LED projector headlights taillights reinforce the bodywork to highlight the newly designed surfaces. the interior integrates Lexus’ human machine interface (HMI) technology development, with a look into the future of cabin and dashboard layouts. A multi-display touch screen is ergonomically positioned for at-a-glance viewing, allowing users to access the unique shift levers and controls. Based of a 2.5 liter 4-cylinder full hybrid powertrain, the engine incorporates a high-output, water-cooled permanent magnet electric motor for higher efficiency energy management and is capable of achieving CO2 emissions, targeted below 100 g/km. But you can always check other future concept cars: 15 Best Concept Cars of Largest Automakers.