The 2018 Lexus LC coupe is the biggest thing to come from Toyota’s luxury arm since the LFA. Sure, it’s not as fast or sexy, but it’s still a damn fine automobile. As we approach the May release of this stunning sports coupe, the automaker continues to solidify its details. The latest bit of information we’ve received is pricing.
If you had “putting an LC in the garage” on your to-do list, you’d better have the bank account to back it up. Once it hits showrooms, it will set you back at least $92,000 for the LC 500. Should you prefer the hybrid LC 500h, you’ll have to cough up a cool $96,510.
For those high prices, Lexus will reward you with plenty of standard goodies like triple projector LED headlights, Drive Mode Select, paddle shifters, the next-gen Remote Touch Interface, Lexus Premium Audio, a 10.3-inch screen, and the Lexus Safety System+.
Four optional packages will be available on both versions of the LC.
The Touring Package will include a glass roof, 20-inch wheels, semi-aniline seats with heat and ventilation up front, a Mark Levinson audio system and two-way passenger lumbar for $4,000 on the LC 500 and $2,750 on the LC 500h.
The Sport Package will add 20-inch wheels, Alcantra sport seats, heated and ventilated front seats, Lexus Premium Audio and more for $4,000 on the LC 500 and $2,400 on the LC 500h.
The Sport Package with Carbon includes a carbon-fiber-reinforced-plastic roof, 21-inch wheels, Alcantara sport seats, heated and ventilated seats, a Mark Levinson audio system, a head’s up display and the Cold Area Package for $7,000 on the LC 500 and $5,400 on the LC500h.
Finally, the Performance Package with Carbon, which runs $10,000 in the LC 500 and $8,790 in the LC 500h, includes all that comes with the Sport Package with Carbon plus active rear steering, the Variable Gear Ratio System, an active rear spoiler, an Alcantara headliner and carbon-fiber scuff plates.