Lexus introduced the LF-C2 concept car in Los Angeles Auto Show to promote the new design language prepared for the future production cars. Some said that we already see the convertible version of the LF-C2, but the Japanese manufacturer will not confirm the speculation.
The concept is a 2+2 roadster with a bolder styling direction and, more importantly, does not have any kind of top covering the cabin.
The brilliant, golden yellow is produced by a multi-layer paint process. The first coat is a primer, followed by silver, a clear coat, then the yellow that reflects off the silver to give the brilliant luster. A final top coat is then applied.
The front fascia of the LF-C2 is highlighted by a more experimental expression of Lexus’ signature spindle-shaped grille. It sits between triangle-shaped LED headlights, a signature element of Lexus sports cars, and stylish indicator lamps that initiate the character line of the LF-C2.
Vents in the front bumper send cool air to the brakes as well as help manage airflow through the body to help keep the front end stable at high speed. The concept is planted by five-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels.