CARS.COM — The Lexus LC 500 made a splashy debut at the 2016 North American International Auto Show and now Lexus has announced pricing for both the gas and hybrid versions of the luxury sports coupe during the 2017 show in Detroit.
The 2018 LC 500 has a starting price of $92,975, while the 2018 LC 500h will start at $97,485 (all prices include destination). This splits the range of the competing Mercedes-Benz SL-Class, which starts at $87,875 for SL 450 models and jumps up to $111,725 for the SL 550. It is slightly more than the BMW 650 and its starting price of $89,995.
Standard features include a 10.3-inch multi-information display, the Remote Touch Interface and Lexus Safety System Plus, which comes with an array of driver aids and safety technology. Lexus also announced the prices for the LC’s various options packages. The packages range from $4,000 for the Touring or Sport to $10,000 for the Performance Package with Carbon. The Performance Package with Carbon adds a carbon fiber reinforced composite roof, 21-inch forged wheels, Alcantara sport seats, active rear steering, active rear spoiler and carbon fiber scuff plates among other features.
The 2018 LC 500 and LC 500h will both arrive at dealerships starting in May 2017.