Can The Lexus LC500 Get Any Better Looking?


These renderings do the impossible.

One of the highlights from the Detroit Auto Show was Lexus’ incredible LC 500. The sports car has a stunning design and promises to bring the automaker back into the limelight. While we think the LC 500 is absolutely incredible, that hasn’t stopped artists from envisioning what a drift and GT3-inspired variant would look like. The LC 500 is one of the few vehicles out there loved by all but do these renderings somehow make the vehicle look even better?

London-based YasidDESIGN was on one of the few companies to attempt to make the LC 500 even better looking with a GT3-inspired version. The GT3 rendering has a widebody kit, a large rear wing, an enormous front splitter, and a stiffer suspension to give the vehicle a slammed look. The other rendering is by Khyzyl Saleem who attempted to turn the virtual project into a “missile.” The high-performance sports car has been turned into a drifting machine and even has damage from going sideways. With the LC 500 scheduled to go on sale later this year, we wouldn’t be surprised to see more design studies based on this stunning car.

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