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Japanese manufacturer Lexus has provided details of two new releases that will be launched at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show.
The brand is ready to launch the Lexus RC Coupe in addition to an all new concept - the LF-NX luxury compact crossover.
It is hoped the two new exciting releases will further boost the company's profile and increase the customer attention given toward Lexus.
First of all, the new Lexus RC Coupe will take pride of place at the event, after the LF-LC concept proved successful in earlier demonstrations.
Now, the concept has been pushed into a full production coupe and features the manufacturers' new fierce styling.
Triangular headlamps and an extended front grille design, which cuts an unusual, angular hourglass shape, sets Lexus apart from other similar manufacturers.
Two versions of the RC will be delivered for Tokyo, including the RC 350 and the RC 300h hybrid. The former comes with a 3.5-litre V6 engine, while the more economical latter is available with a 2.5-litre alternative.
Overall, the model is sharper, more dramatic and looks a lot meaner than the standard Lexus.
Elsewhere, much in the spirit of the Halloween season, the manufacturer has released what is, quite frankly, a frightening new design for the LF-NX.
Head-on, it's once again the front grille that is the defining statement, but the slitted headlights and the angry glare it shows through a furrowed brow gives it the devil may care attitude that makes the SUV incredibly appealing.
While it made its first appearance at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the new model comes with a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine and demonstrates new advanced technologies and a sportier aesthetic.