As Motor Trend wrote when they first reviewed this car:
There's something mesmerizing about a hardtop convertible. Today, the concept is still attractive: a solid top for security and poor weather coziness, with the full tanning bed treatment available at the touch of a button. Add to that the entertainment value of a retractable's geo-mechanical show itself-the whirring of electric motors and the folding bal-let of pieces and parts as they disappear into the trunk. Whatever it is, people love it.
It all certainly applies to Lexus' new-for-'02 retractable-top SC 430.
Lexus' engineers spent a lot of time in the wind tunnel, and their efforts paid off. Not only does the 430 have a slippery drag coefficient of 0.30, but the wind-cheating design also makes for an extra quiet cabin top up and down. With roof retracted, there's no need to raise your voice to converse with passengers nor to increase radio volume-the SC is as quiet as an average coupe with the windows down.
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