Lexus LF-C2 Convertible Concept

Nov 24, 2014

Category: Rides

It seems like, design-wise, everything Lexus is touching these days turns to gold. And now the next logical step: a golden car. The golden yellow Lexus LF-C2 convertible concept made its debut at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show last week, and it’s sexier than Beyonce fresh out the shower.

If you love the company’s spindle-shaped grille like we do, you’ll no doubt dig the doubling down on it right here. This four-seater roadster dazzles from both the front-on and side views thanks to its flying arrow-shaped body. Exterior highlights include fat, five-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels, fin-like rear diffusers, and chrome-tipped quad exhaust pipes. The interior features white and gray leather with a slick central video monitor and touch-pad-controlled screen. Sadly, it seems like this “design study” as Lexus calls it probably won’t ever see mass production.

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