Japanese luxury marque Lexus has revealed what appears to be a production-ready LC Convertible concept, the car is scheduled to make its first public appearance at the Detroit motor show.
The Convertible concept maintains the stunning looks of the Coupe with short overhangs, wide stance and 22-inch alloy wheels.
Lexus describes the concept as “an aspirational halo vehicle for the luxury lifestyle brand's entire vehicle line-up.” Hard to argue with that.
There are no images with the roof up, so we are left to speculate - an old-school fabric top would suit nicely.
Also not know is what sits under the bonnet, the Lexus logo would indicate the concept isn’t a hybrid, meaning it should be packing the wonderful 5.0-litre naturally-aspirated V8.
"This concept takes the unmistakable design of the LC coupe and reimagines it as a future convertible. It blends all the best aspects of the original coupe with the dynamic design of an open-air convertible" said chief designer Tadao Mori.
"It would engage the senses in a way that is unique and exciting every time you got behind the wheel," he added.
There is no doubt this is a concept heading for production, it’s only a matter of when. In the meantime, click the links below to read our reviews of the LC coupe variants.
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