and how would you do it exactly?From the article:
"According to my.IS, Lexus filed IS 250C, IS 300C and IS 350C trademarks. Presumably, the C stands for coupe, however, there is still the outside chance that C could stand for convertible"
300C? Come on Toyota you can do better than copying the 300C name.
Well I can't speak for Canuck, but I would have gone with IC 250/300/350.and how would you do it exactly?
Great points actually. That coupe picture looks like a hardtop convertible. I'll just be happy if they make a more aggressive looking IS Coupe.Well I can't speak for Canuck, but I would have gone with IC 250/300/350.
The reason being that Lexus has one coupe in its lineup: the SC and four sedans: the IS, ES, GS, and LS. I think they obviously meant (in the past at least) for all the sedans to end in "S" and all the coupes to end in "C". I don't like changing nomenclature ideas *cough*Cadillac*cough* every few years. Be consistent.
SC Sport CoupeThe names used to mean stuff too.
Like LS was Luxury Sedan, and ES was Executive Sedan.
I forget what IS and GS stood for, or if by then it was just a bunch of letters.SC Sport Coupe
The weirdest part is that they trademarked the 300 which they don't have in North America. Maybe they plan on bringing it over here for a midlevel car, who knows.