The second flaw is it’s got no freaking top. Open-air motoring just don’t cut it no matter where you live in sustainable production numbers.
Third flaw is its front fascia. Sure, this is just a future design exercise to show where the Lexus brand is heading. But with that cow-catcher grill it looks like it’s heading for a train wreck.
The fourth flaw would be those wheels. They’re like Frank Gehry in his Guggenheim phase meets Gaudi. Possibly they look better in the flesh but the pictures don’t make them appealing.
The fifth and final flaw (at least worth writing about) would be the dashboard. The ‘80s called. It wants its design back. It just screams “Tron” to me.
OK, I get it. This is just a design exercise and it was introduced in Los Angeles, the mecca of flashiness for the auto industry. I’m just left with the impression that this whole design feels forced.