Report: Lexus Studying Premium Hatchback for U.S., Wants Your Thoughts on the LF-Ch Concept

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Report: Lexus Studying Premium Hatchback for U.S., Wants Your Thoughts on the LF-Ch Concept

While the official word from Lexus is that the LF-Ch concept is set to become a premium-level hybrid hatchback in the European market only, Toyota’s luxury arm is also (rather obviously) studying the possibility of bringing the car to North America.

Lexus has just launched a new page on its U.S. website, with a link to a survey. The list includes eight short questions, mostly dealing with the style of the car and its 5-door layout. Also included are how highly you rate the importance of a hybrid powertrain, as well as the all-important “Should Lexus build this car?”

So don’t be shy. Share your thoughts with Lexus here:

Lexus LF-Ch Survey

GALLERY: Lexus LF-Ch Concept

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GALLERY: Lexus LF-Ch Concept Live in Frankfurt

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  • Livingston Headley

    affordable premium full hybrid is a must.Green hybrid is on Toyota are the leaders in hybrid and affordability, why do any thing different.

  • Michael London

    Design in a receptacle space for an additional high-capacity battery pack to be added at purchase or after purchase. Give it 4WD and CVT. Allow for easy replacement and upgrading of the Navigation system. I am a happy owner of an ’06 RX400h, and I wish that potential for upgrades years after purchase would have been designed into the vehicle. But definite thanks for building it.