Lexus plans to add more variants to the LC lineup, including a convertible and a high-performance F model.

According to a report from Auto Express, citing an inside source, the Lexus LC Convertible has received the green light, and an LC F model is nearing approval. Expect to see the LC Convertible to be introduced within 18 months to two years, with the F variant coming afterwards.

Lexus has noticeably been missing a convertible in its lineup ever since the IS C was discontinued, and at first it was believed an RC Convertible would be in the works, especially after the automaker unveiled the LF-C2 Concept. But the company switched its focus to crossovers and SUVs, causing the RC Convertible to be shelved.
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