The Los Angeles Auto Show saw the debut of the newest concept vehicle from Lexus. Named the LF-C2, this open-top roadster design study displays all of the latest directions that Lexus plans to take the design of its vehicles. Inspired by sports coupé vehicles, the LF-C2 features a highly styled 2+2 layout. As part of this advanced design, the LF-C2 features no roof or cabin covering, in order to give the highest level of top-down driving.
The uncovered interior cabin features a lot of space for the driver and passengers, and holds a centre console with an easy-to-understand instrument cluster, a central video monitor that is controlled through a Remote Touchpad, and an analogue clock. Other highlights of the interior include the leather-wrapped steering wheel and the white and grey leather that makes up the upholstery fittings.
Lexus has put a lot of detail into the form and shape of the vehicle exterior. Of the design, Chief Designer Yasuo Kajino stated: "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 golden yellow of the LF-C2 was created through a multi-layered paint process. Lexus created this in order to highlight the edges, planes and curves of the exterior, which have been honed and crafted to be eye-catching and attractive from all possible viewing angles.
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