Launched the Lexus LC 500h in India with a great performance and clarity
12,000 units of the LC500h have already been sold worldwide ever since its launch and with its introduction to new markets Lexus is looking to add more customers to its tally. Even though it will be the only true Lexus performance car in India, the LC500h isn’t a track scorcher. It is built to be a comfortable luxury coupe, a grand tourer. Leather lined interiors and an efficient powertrain make this an ideal road trip carriage.
Both the exterior and the interior of the LC500h are radically designed – in fact this is probably the most striking car to come out of the Japanese carmaker’s stable since the ballistic LFA supercar.
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Standard available equipment on the coupé comprises a 10.3-inch infotainment system that’s controlled by a touchpad next to the gear lever, a digital instrument cluster, a 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat and every other bit of kit you’d expect in a car of this class.
For 2020, the LC 500h sees only minor changes. Alas, that means it’s still stuck with the same infotainment system, which has a touchpad interface that can be frustrating to use while driving. There’s also the issue of the rear seat; despite having one, the LC is really a two-person car.
Overall, though, the Lexus LC 500h is an impressive and compelling package that belongs in the company of other world-class grand-touring cars, with the added benefit of hybrid fuel efficiency.
The headlamp is carved beautifully into an L -shape with three projected headlamp and a day running light all crafted with an immaculately placed chrome highlight which enhances the overall appeal. While the vertically arranged lamps at the outer most edge of the bumper corners highlight the boldness of the vehicle.