The Lexus LF-C2 concept is currently being showcased in Los Angeles and is essentially a convertible variant of the RC Coupe. Don’t get your hopes up too high because Lexus has already announced there aren’t any plans to put the concept into production but hopefully they will change their mind in the near future. The vehicle pictured in these official images is a 2+2 roadster equipped with LED headlights and a different approach to the spindle grille featuring a “braided mesh theme.” Also noticeable is the stylish rear deck, aerodynamically optimized side mirrors and brake cooling ducts.
Lexus has also installed a quad exhaust system, a rear diffuser and five-spoke 20-inch alloy wheels. The interior cabin has been borrowed from the RC Coupe. It benefits from LED ambient lighting, painted trim and two-tone leather upholstery while the analog clock and full length center console are also on the menu.
The Lexus LF-C2 concept is likely powered by a V8 5.0-liter engine rated at 467 bhp (348 kW) and a maximum torque of 526 Nm (389 lb-ft). At the moment of writing, Lexus hasn’t specified exactly what powers the concept but it’s likely the aforementioned V8 judging by the four exhaust pipes at the back.