Lexus LF-LC won the award for the best concept vehicle at Detroit Auto Show
Lexus LF-LC concept has been anointed as one of the stars of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) at the EyesOn Design Awards, held to raise awareness of the Detroit Institute of Ophthalmology.
Lexus LF-LC, a model already deemed by many to be the star of the 2012 Detroit show, won the award for the best concept vehicle, proving to be even more irresistible in real life. The sleek new Lexus LF-LC model beat competition that included the Lincoln MKZ and Chevrolet Tru 140S.
In its seventh year, the EyesOn Design Awards honors the best production and concept cars making their North American or worldwide debut at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. Keeping with the spirit of other EyesOn Design events, the EyesOn Design Awards are selected by active and retired design heads of automotive OEMs, transportation design chairs from top art schools, and designers from other fields.
These awards recognize the skill and creativity of today’s most gifted designers in the areas of Aesthetics and Innovation, Concept Implementation, Functionality and Spirit of Industrial Design. Awarded in production and concept categories, the EyesOn Design Awards are coveted by automotive designers as validation for exceptional design, as determined by the leaders of their field.