The Japanese automaker has now confirmed a convertible variant will indeed go into production in the "near future", after unveiling a prototype version at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Clad in some striking camouflage, it sure does look ready for a big debut, but perhaps Lexus is saving that moment for a proper auto show. It's appearing in camo at this weekend's Festival of Speed, where it will be driven up the hill by Super GT driver Nick Cassidy. "Lexus is honoured to join this festival, and I could not be happier to unveil this prototype model of the LC Convertible here at the same venue where the LC coupe made its debut in 2016", said Koji Sato, Lexus global executive vice-president.
The Lexus LC Convertible looks quite similar to it's concept form. "Lexus is honored to join this festival, and I could not be happier to unveil this prototype model of the LC Convertible at the same venue where the LC Coupe made its debut in 2016". The Lexus LC Coupe has been out in the wild for some time now, and the convertible doesn't shake things up too much. It retains the proportions and styling of the Coupe, the only change being the electrically operated soft top that substitutes the fixed roof.
That may be the first convertible that some us like. We don't have our Woodstock, and we definitely do not have our Goodwood.