Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet

Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet

Very soon a special event will take place. Prince Albert of Monaco is getting married with Carlene Wittstock on the 2nd of July. For this, Lexus prepared itself and today presented the LS 600h Landaulet limousine.
The exquisite model has a one-piece transparent polycarbonate roof. The design is really incredible and maybe this is why the Royal family decided to make it the official wedding car. The result is great, but the process of transforming the Lexus LS 600h into the Landaulet limousine took quite a lot of time (around 2,000 hours) and work. The carmaker asked for the help of Carat Duchatelet, a Belgian coachbuilder.
It's not really that easy to create a royal car. There were needed a lot of tests, 3D simulations and a lot more. The car has also a special color. The carmaker decided to paint it in Midnight Blue livery. The roof is 8 mm thick, weighs 26 kg and it's attached to the body of the vehicle.
After the wedding, the curious public will have the opportunity to admire the model at the Media Center and at the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco.
There is no information on the price.


Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image
Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image
Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image Lexus presented the LS 600h Landaulet image