CARS.COM — The 2017 Lexus LC 500, introduced at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, is stunning with its in-your-face grille and crisp angles. The forward-sloping windows and body lines give the LC 500, based on the LF-LC concept, an aggressive stance that makes the coupe look as though it’s leaning forward. Numerous functional ducts and openings pepper the body, and up front there’s a new 3-D mesh for the signature spindle grille.
Inside the LC 500 has a comparatively toned-down, driver-focused interior. Premium materials cover surfaces, the seats are supple leather and Alcantara is available. The paddle shifters are magnesium alloy. Lexus’ new Multimedia Package makes its debut in the LC 500 and features an updated graphic interface. Take a look at the gallery for more.