Spot on. My dad, the target audience for this car, literally said the other night while watching the LC commercial "is this guy dancing around the car supposed to make me want to buy one?"Toyota's marketing is full of stupidity. They have a guy dancing like a retard around the car.
The big news of the month is the introduction of the New LC 500 & LC 500h — the new flagship coupe performed well with 419 sales in its first month. The LC also started sales in Canada, with 11 units sold. For a total of 430 units for North America.
My old XF-R wouldn't let me change anything with the navigation unless the car was stopped and that was already annoying - this is just fucked up. Look at the steering wheel, it's got so many fucking buttons for all sorts of shit but somehow they don't want you to use these functions while you're driving? What's the point of even having them on the wheel and cluttering it if you can't even use them when they'd be most intuitive to use?That's got to be a mistake about the radio station changing...if not WTF indeed!!!!!
The 2018 Lexus LC just started arriving at U.S. dealers last month and a new report is indicating it may eventually be joined by a convertible.
Speaking at the car's Australian launch, LC assistant chief engineer Takashi Watanabe told Drive the car's GA-L platform could be used to underpin a convertible.
Lexus Australia's chief executive, Peter McGregor, added the company is "very aware of the importance of the convertible sector of this market." He went on to say "It's been a while between convertibles for us."
Despite hinting at the possibility of a convertible variant, the model is far from official and McGregor said the vehicle would be a low volume even if approved. The latter statement isn't too surprising as the second-generation Lexus SC proved relatively popular at launch but sales dwindled towards the end of its lifecycle.