The color-matched center console features a contrasting blue, turned-metal version of the automaker's Remote Touch trackpad and a motorized Drive Mode selector that sinks to flush when the car is parked.
The automaker would likely tweak the roof mechanism before the LF-C2 hits the road...that is if the concept hits the road. I'm still waiting on Toyota to deliver a production version of last year's FT-86 Open concept.
If the LF-C2 were to hit the road, it would replace the current Lexus IS C, which is the last remaining member of the second-generation IS family. Would Lexus keep the IS C moniker or dub this new model the RC C?
The Lexus brand has been pushing its lineup aggressively with progressively sportier models. A convertible variant of the RC makes sense and is likely inevitable, but how long will we have to wait? I'm guessing that we'll see a production-ready model sometime in 2015.