-Lexus LC Convertible prototype will be driven by race driver Nick Cassidy up the hill
Toyota owned luxury marque Lexus has unveiled the LC Convertible prototype at the ongoing Goodwood Festival of Speed. Visitors to the event this weekend will witness the world debut of an LC convertible prototype in action when it appears on the famous hill course.
Professional race driver Nick Cassidy will drive the LC convertible prototype up the hill. He is currently a member of the Lexus Team KeePer TOM’S, competing in the Super GT series’s GT500 class in Japan. The LC Convertible prototype from Lexus was previewed at the 2019 NAIAS Auto Show as a concept car.
Speaking on the occasion, Koji Sato, Lexus International Executive Vice President, said, “The Goodwood Festival of Speed celebrates the history and culture of the automobile and serves as a gathering place for some of history’s most notable cars and drivers. Lexus is honoured to join this festival, and I could not be happier to unveil this prototype model of the LC convertible at the same venue where the LC coupe made its debut in 2016.”