Lexus has flown its first LC convertible to Australia, with the one-off prototype of the brand's future flagship sports car ready to take centre stage at LANDMARK by Lexus - a premier three-level design project formerly known as the Lexus Design Pavilion.
Headlining the Melbourne Cup Carnival this November, the luxuriously redefined and carefully curated LANDMARK by Lexus offers bespoke hospitality perfectly aligned with the newest and most exotic forthcoming member of the Lexus global family.
This prototype of the new LC convertible made its dynamic world debut in July this year on the hill course at the world-famous Goodwood Festival of Speed, a celebration of the finest modern and classic sports cars held outside of London.
The LC convertible prototype was driven up the hill at Goodwood by Nick Cassidy, who competes for Lexus in the GT500 class of the Japan Super GT series, and the event was used to announce that the LC convertible will become a production reality.
Positioned within LANDMARK by Lexus the LC convertible prototype will continue to utilise a "digital camouflage" - creating intrigue around the design of the second flagship Lexus sports car alongside the stunning LC coupe.