Japanese automaker Toyota officially launched its new limited-edition Lexus luxury sedan. This LC500h luxury sedan, in appearance, this car is more epic than the previous generation.
Quoted from Zigwheels, the latest design of the Lexus LC500h was inspired by an airplane model developed by a Japanese pilot, Yoshihide Muroya. The Lexus LC500h is coated with a carbon fiber reinforced plastic bumper and 21-inch alloy wheels to help lower the coefficient, but it can increase engine performance.
In order to make it look more sporty and manly, Lexus also changed the LC500h grille to black. Black shades are also visible in the cabin space.
The characteristics of the Lexus LC500h are even stronger thanks to the embedding of the plates labeled ‘LC Limited Edition’ and ‘Lexus’ covered in carbon fiber.
Meanwhile, other parts such as the steering wheel, door bearings, gear lever, and seats are wrapped in black Alcantara. The seats and seat belts get a little brown for contrast.
Although the design changes are quite significant, Lexus still maintains its pacemaker. The LC500h is equipped with a 3,500 cc V6 engine with a 180 kW electric motor.
The machine is capable of spewing out 357 hp and making the Lexus LC500h is able to accelerate from rest to 100 km / h in just 5 seconds.
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