Lexus previews new design language through LF-C2 concept
Car companies often produce concept cars purely to show off their abilities, and then they will never appear in public or placed in museums. Other times, the concept is to preview a model to generate interest and get people to talk about it. Then, they are concepts that were never intended to be put into production, but are used to preview the future of a specific manufacturer. This is a design study, such as the Lexus LF-C2 concept car that was recently unveiled in Los Angeles. The LF-C2 is a luxury The GT car is a two-plus-two sports car designed to study the key styling themes of Lexus in the next few years. Lexus said that this bolder styling also inspired their enthusiasm for driving.
“The LF-C2 concept shows what’s in store for our brand’s future design direction,” Lexus group vice president and general manager Jeff Bracken said in a press release. “This concept shows consumers around the world Lexus’ devotion to emotional design as well as our passion for an exceptional driving experience.”
Lexus says the exterior styling was inspired by the way light interacts with different surface shapes. As a photographer with a passion for photographing cars this idea is very interesting to me. The way light can transform what they see and the way they perceive it is an interesting idea and one that is suited well to the motoring world.
The golden yellow paint is a perfect compliment to the design and beautifully illustrates Lexus’ idea, but credit for the interesting look of the car also needs to go to the photographer for their lighting of the car as well the angles the photos were taken from. As far as the interior it doesn’t do it for me. Too futuristic, seems like it will looked dated in the near future.
As far as Lexus’s future preview is concerned, this is definitely a direction that interests them. I would love to see what the second generation RC-F will look like, some of which are new design languages through it.
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