Lexus will present the European premiere of two new models at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, one that represents its exciting future design thinking and the other its growing track record in international motorsport.
The new Lexus LC Convertible Concept is a powerful expression of Lexus’s creative ambition, a vision of how an open-top version of the award-winning LC flagship coupe might look. Unveiled to wide acclaim at the North American International Auto Show in January, this concept model suggests an exciting new dimension for the LC, amplifying the brave design that has made the coupe a halo model for the Lexus brand.
The RC F Track Edition takes the dynamic performance of Lexus’s coupe to a higher level, with upgrades that have been developed with input from teams racing with Lexus in international GT competition, including the IMSA series in North America, European Blancpain series and Japan’s Super GT championship.
True to the performance ethos of Lexus’s F-series vehicles, the RC F Track Edition benefits from new carbon fibre elements that both save weight and improve aerodynamic performance and downforce. Powered by Lexus’s normally aspirated V8 engine, the RC F Track Edition also features carbon ceramic brake discs, titanium tailpipes and a red leather interior that gives added visual emphasis to its performance character.
The Lexus stand 4211 will be located in Hall 4 of the Palexpo exhibition centre in Geneva. A digital press conference presentation will be available on-demand at any time during the show’s press days (5 and 6 March). Media representatives can call at the Lexus stand at a time that suits them and access the latest brand and product messages on an individual screen.