While plenty of people (including those mean critics) admired the Lexus IS 300 as a solid effort for the company's first entry-level automobile, it never caught fire sales-wise. And Lexus isn't happy about it, so next year they hope to turn that frown upside-down with the introduction of the 2006 LF, seen here as the roofless LF-C convertible concept, although it will also be produced as sedan and coupe. Lexus is banking on stronger styling across the diverse line to compete with lower-model offerings from BMW and Infiniti. Bon chance, mon ami.
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