It had been renamed Infinite Light in V22.214.171.124. Due to community demand, the ability was again renamed to Final Spark in V126.96.36.199.
Both the former and the current name is a reference to Marisa Kirisame's upgraded spellcard called Final Spark.
This ability also bears close resemblance to Final Flash, an ability used by Vegeta in Dragonball Z. They both begin charging this ability with their arms pointing out to the side, and finish it with their arms pointing forward. The names and shapes of the abilities are also similar.
Lux's taunt about power levels is a reference to the manga/anime Dragon Ball Z.
Lux's taunt "In the name of Demacia, I will punish you!", is a reference to the manga/anime Sailor Moon.
Lux's movement quote "I love it when a plan comes together" is a reference to the A-Team's Colonel Hannibal Smith's favorite catchphrase.
Lux's joke "Double rainbow? What does it mean...?" and the follow up joke "Well, a 'double rainbow'..." is a reference to a well-known YouTube video where a man severely overreacts to seeing a double rainbow.
In the Polish client, Lux's joke "Light? I carry it in myself." is a reference to a line from a Polish song "Light, you carry it in yourself" and is sung in the same melody.
The quote "Shhh! I'm charging my laser..." is a reference to the Shoop Da Whoop meme.
The splash art for Sorceress Lux resembles the character Marisa Kirisame from the Touhou Project, when Marisa is shown in her navy-blue dress and riding a broom (or a vine) in memorable versions. Also in the splash art of the Sorceress skin, Lux is in front of a full-moon, likely a reference to Touhou 8 (Imperishable Night), the first game in the series to have clearly depicted Marisa on a broom, where the story revolved around retrieving stolen full-moon. Also, since Touhou 7.5 (Immaterial and Missing Power), despite being chronoligally first, was released after Touhou 8, the latter is the first released game of the series featuring Marisa's Final Spark spellcard.
It is another reference to Marisa Kirisame, who also steals spells. This is also a reference to the Rylai Crestfal from Dota, who was initially supposed to be kind of a spellthief, that would look that way.