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- Head-turning looks
- Satisfying V-8 powertrain
- Comfortable ride
- Interior quality
- Quick-acting power soft top (convertible)
- Barely usable backseat
- Grabby brakes
- V-8 gas mileage
- Touchpad controller
- Small trunk is even smaller in convertible
Starting msrp listed lowest to highest price
- New Bespoke Build version available
- Four-seat coupe or convertible
- 471-hp V-8 engine (LC 500)
- 354-hp hybrid drivetrain (LC 500h)
- Rear-wheel drive
2022 Lexus LC 500h review: Our expert's take
What Is the 2022 Lexus LC?
The Lexus LC is a four-seat luxury sports car. The dramatically styled two-door is available as the LC 500 with a 471-horsepower, 5.0-liter V-8 engine and a 10-speed automatic transmission or the LC 500h with a 354-hp hybrid drivetrain. Both versions are rear-wheel drive. Competitors include the BMW M850i and Jaguar F-Type.
What’s New on the 2022 Lexus LC?
Suspension revisions improve road feel and steering linearity for improved handling, according to Lexus, and the Sport Package now includes 21-inch forged-aluminum wheels. There’s also a new Bespoke Build version that offers a range of customization options, and a limited-edition Inspiration Series variant is also available.
What Features in the 2022 Lexus LC Are Most Important?
Standard features include:
- 20-inch alloy wheels
- LED headlights
- Leather-trimmed seats
- Heated and ventilated front seats
- Navigation with 10.3-inch screen
- Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone connectivity
- Forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking
- Lane-keeping assist
- Adaptive cruise control
- Automatic high-beam headlights
- Blind spot warning with rear cross-traffic alert
Available features include:
- 20- or 21-inch forged-aluminum wheels
- Carbon-fiber roof
- Heated steering wheel
- Semi-aniline leather upholstery
- Mark Levinson surround-sound system
- Head-up display
- Limited-slip differential
- Speed-activated rear wing
Should I Buy the 2022 Lexus LC?
The Lexus LC combines knockout styling, top-notch luxury appointments and engaging driving dynamics. It skews to the luxury end of the spectrum rather than offering a pure sports car experience, however. The LC 500h hybrid is less enjoyable to drive and costs more. If ultimate performance — or a usable backseat — is important, then you’ll want to shop around.
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