Lexus Reveals More Teasers For RC Convertible-Previewing LF-C2 Concept

by SpeedLux

Lexus has revealed more teasers for another idea auto showing up present week at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show. The concept is known as the LF-C2 and it alludes to another convertible Lexus is liable to put into creation within a brief span of time.

Lexus was at that point affirmed to be making a world debut in L.a., which was formerly tipped to be either a generation variant of the past LF-LC concept or another idea reviewing the cutting edge LS lead sedan.

Be that as it may, the new teasers affirm that we’re going to see an concept showing a potential convertible variant of the RC car.

If its developed, the RC convertible will probably impart motors to the RC car, which in the U.S. would mean V-6 force in the standard model and V-8 force in a RC F variation, if the last is given the go-ahead for creation. We beyond any doubt trust its constructed as the RC F is a lot of fun.

More details are yet to come, stay tuned.

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