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2017 Lexus LC 500

The Lexus LF-LC Concept first debuted in 2012 and it looked rather promising. It vowed to deliver stability, high-performance, and dynamic driving capabilities. Four years later, the production version is finally ready to roll out and it's properly labeled as the Lexus LC 500. Lexus states that this is their most "athletic" flagship coupe yet, and it looks to be that way. We can definitely see the direction they want to take for their future production cars.

 

Lexus LC 500

 

Lexus LF-C2 Convertible

Lexus LF-C2 ConvertibleThe LF-C2 Concept that Lexus unveiled is one of the gems of LA's Auto Show. A model set to show us the future design language that Lexus will adopt.
 
The car is a 2+2 seater roadster with a large spindle grille, LED headlights. Model features aerodynamic mirrors, air ducts and a stylish rear deck. Other notable highlights include a rear diffuser, a four-tailpipe sports exhaust system and 20-inch five-spoke alloy wheels.
 
 

Lexus RC F GT3

Lexus RC F GT3
Packed and ready to rumble, this is Lexus' 2014 racer in the GT3 races. As you'd expect, it meets all the GT3 regulations and it has a great looking aerodynamic body.

The roaring unit is a 5.0 L, V8 engine, although Lexus didn't provide any specs, it is expected to punch over 540HP.

The car will be provided next year and will compete in races such as SuperGT and 24hrs LeMans Series.

2015 Lexus RC F

2015 Lexus RC F
"Most powerful V8 performance car ever developed by Lexus." - let's see what makes the Lexus engineers say that. Obviously it's being powered by a V8 which is said to develop around 460hp (unconfirmed) and it propels the car from 0-100km in 4.5s.

Lexus LFA GTE


That never happened, is the right continuation from the title. Toyota had plans for this car, to make it run the 24h race from Le Mans, but since the TS030 Hybrid was already planned, this project was cancelled. 

The main reason this car didn't happen, was that Toyota had issues with logistics, since they didn't want 2 projects in the same series.

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