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The Lexus LC is one of the most unique vehicles in the Lexus lineup. Taking over where the Lexus SC left off, the Lexus LC is the next generation of Lexus’ flagship futuristic sports coupe. Although the Lexus LC has a concept car-like style and an exterior design that looks like it is from the future, the LC is a surprisingly comfortable luxury car. Of course, the Lexus LC lives up to its performance-focused design, but it is an effortless vehicle to live with, despite its small sports coupe dimensions.

While the Lexus brand isn’t necessarily known for having a wide variety of trim levels to choose from, the 2024 Lexus LC has three distinct models that all offer a different experience. Are you looking to get behind the wheel of one of these pricy sports coupes? If so, here is everything you need to know about the 2024 Lexus LC and how much you can expect to pay for a fully loaded model.

2024 Lexus LC 500 – price, specs, and features

Before we talk about how much you can expect to pay on the high end, we must detail how much you can expect to pay for a base model Lexus LC. According to Lexus, the 2024 Lexus LC starts at $98,850 MSRP, and for that price, it feels criminal to call it a base model.

Instead, we’ll call it by its model name, the LC 500. For this price, drivers get to enjoy a 5.0 liter V8 engine that is capable of producing 471 horsepower according to Car and Driver. This engine is paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. Although this is a sports car and fuel economy is not a priority, drivers can expect to get around 16 mpg city and 24 mpg highway. Other performance features include magnesium paddle shifters, as well as adaptive suspension and active sport exhaust.

The Lexus flagship car is full of technology on the inside, with a premium 12-speaker sound system, a 12.3-inch infotainment screen, wireless smartphone connectivity, and performance-inspired gauges, which include gauges for the g-force experienced while driving. Blind-spot monitoring, active parking assist, and push-button start are all standard features, as are pre-collision avoidance, lane tracing assist, lane departure warning, road sign assist, and radar cruise control. The Lexus LC 500 is the top performance vehicle in the current Lexus lineup, and while most of the money invested into this vehicle went to performance features, there is plenty of tech in the interior to live up to its luxury nameplate.

2024 Lexus LC 500 Convertible – price, specs, and features

The top-of-the-line Lexus LC 500 model is the convertible model, which starts at $106,350 MSRP. For being less than $10,000 more expensive than the base model, this convertible offers a great amount of value for the price. More importantly, no performance is lost between the coupe and convertible model, which is a huge feature. Lexus lists “comprehensive underbody bracing, including rear suspension tower and V-brace” as a standard feature, and to be honest, this can be felt.

Most convertibles, especially those that are derived from a hardtop coupe, can feel slightly rough around the edges. Many convertibles don’t handle bumpy roads all that well when compared to their hardtop counterparts. Still, the LC 500 convertible is a fantastic vehicle that loses none of its performance feel from the LC 500 coupe.

One downside to this LC 500 convertible is that there is no difference between the coupe and convertible models in terms of features. They are the same vehicle with the same technologies and the same wonderful naturally aspirated V8 as the coupe. If you are looking for a fantastic pinnacle performance vehicle from Lexus, look no further than the Lexus LC 500 convertible.

Does the Lexus LC 500 convertible have any special packages?

The 2024 Lexus LC 500 convertible does have a few extra features that can be added if you are looking for an even better luxury experience. The first is the Touring Package, which adds leather-trimmed seats, an Alcantara headliner, a heated steering wheel, windshield wiper deicer, and climate concierge advanced air conditioning for $5,300 MSRP.

Another package is the all-weather package which offers a heated leather steering wheel and windshield wiper deicer for $250 MSRP. A limited-slip differential can be added for $460, a heads-up display can be added for $900, and a Mark Levinson 13-speaker surround sound system can also be added for $1,220.

For those looking for a more performance-based appearance, carbon fiber door scuff plates can be added for $600, and 21-inch wheels can be had for only $40 extra. The Lexus LC 500 is a fantastic vehicle that offers the best performance experience in the Lexus lineup. If you can afford the high price tag, you will be getting behind the wheel of one the most premiere vehicles on the market today.


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