At the Los Angeles Auto Show Lexus are unveiling their new Lexus LF-C2 Concept concept which takes the design of a 2+2 roadster. Jeff Bracken, Lexus’ US Vice President said, “this concept shows consumers around the world Lexus’s devotion to emotional designs and its passion for an exceptional driving experience.” It is made with the purpose of offering the best roof down experience available, and if you were able to buy one you have no choice, because the Lexus LF-C2 Concept comes with no roof of any kind.
The exterior of the new concept is styled in such away that it looks different from every view. Different angles and shapes mean that it shadows light in such away that the car is given a different character when looked at from alternative perspectives and lighting conditions. Chief designer, Yasuo Kajino said, “We’ve been instinctively drawn to and inspired by those things that capture the beauty of light. When you put something in the right light, people see it in a way they never have before.”
The interior is said to be spacious and luxurious, appropriately matched with illustrious outside. Its dashboard demonstrates functionality and simplicity working together and is alongside a few instruments. A monitor in the middle is controlled by a contemporary Remote Touchpad and contrasts with a traditional analogue clock nicely. A thick, leather steering wheel as well as the form-fitting seats reiterate the notion of this being a true driver’s car.