The ultra luxurious LC 500 features a 471 horsepower 5.0L V8 engine paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission. The LC 500 must be test-driven to be believed. Get behind one of the best Lexus sports cars ever made! And the best place to do that is Lexus of Brookfield.

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Lexus LC For Sale At Lexus of Brookfield

Who doesn't like a bargain? The Lexus LC, now on sale at Napleton's Lexus of Brookfield, is just that: a bargain that goes head-to-head with the Europeans. It's loaded with all the swag and muscle that will hold it up to scrutiny by the world's best. 
This overview will help you see what the brand has on offer in the way of personal sports cars. Hop in and buckle up!

What is the Lexus LC?

The Lexus LC is the company's flagship sports car and grand touring machine. Designed with fluid, flowing curves and voluptuous sheetmetal, the LC is a two-door, two-seater sports car. Sure, it has back seats but let's be serious: no adult will want to sit back there. Perhaps a pet or some of the collected loot following a day of retail therapy, instead?

The Lexus LC is available with a choice of two different powertrains and two body styles. Hitting the body styles first, we find the 2+2 coupe and the 2+2 convertible. While the coupe has existed since its introduction in 2017, the convertible entered the marketplace in 2019. 
There are two power choices with the Lexus LC. 

First is the muscular LC 500, available with a 5.0-liter V8 producing 471 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque. It is configured with the engine in front and a 10-speed automatic transmission pushing the torque to the rear wheels. This engine is found in both the coupe and the convertible.

The next engine option is with the 2021 Lexus LC 500h Hybrid. Power is supplied by a 3.5-liter V6 engine working in tandem with a pair of electric motor-generators and a lithium-ion battery pack. That power is routed to a hybrid-style combination transmission that matches a four-speed automatic and an electronically-controlled continuously variable transmission (eVCT) for a combined 354 horsepower. 

Whichever combination you have your eyes on, you will be sure to get a grand-tourer with Lexus-quality style, dependability and resale value. 

A Lexus LC walkaround

A walk around the Lexus LC shows a beautifully-styled car that looks right from every angle. In fact, if we were forced to offer an opinion, we'd say it's the best looking Lexus yet. The trademark Lexus "Spindle Grille" looks good as though it belongs. Every angle smoothly melds into another; the proportions are stellar, and the overall look is simply sublime. 

Like many vehicles, they start in the world as concept cars. Designed with huge wheels, bulging fenders and exaggerated lines, they change considerably before they hit the dealership showroom floor. In this example, its roots were baked into the LF-LC concept. As typically occurs, the design cues that appear on these prototype concepts usually never make it to the production car. But not so with the Lexus LC. 

Designers even went a step further, keeping both the gasoline and hybrid versions identical in appearance, save for the badging. The only way you can tell one from another is to inspect the badging located around the LC.

The convertible Lexus LC has been strengthened to compensate for the rigidity lost due to the removal of the roof. Instead, buyers will find pop-up rollover protection and other safety features. A folding four-layer cloth roof helps keep the elements and some of the sound out of the LC's cabin.

Inside lines

Driver focused throughout, the interior of the Lexus LC doesn't scrimp as far as the passenger is concerned either. The interior indulges the most decadent desires of the owner and his passengers in the standard bucket seats. The Sport Bucket seats feature even more bolstering while encountering enthusiastic cornering. Track day, anyone?

If the exhaust note coming from the 5.0-liter V8 isn't enough to satisfy your auditory senses, may we suggest upgrading to the 915-watt Mark Levinson Surround Sound premium audio system? The system uses Harman Clari-Fi technology to help restore the sound quality and stereo mix as near as can be to the original recording mix. 

Standards and Extras

Standard equipment is prodigious on the Lexus LC. Start with such niceties as 20-inch wheels, automatic LED headlights, forward-collision warning with pedestrian detection and automatic braking. There's also lane-keeping assist, a push-button starter button and blind-spot alert. From an electronics standpoint, the Lexus Enform suite of remote and emergency communications services is here as standard. An in-car Wi-Fi system, a navigation system with a 10.3-inch display and a center console touchpad are also there to help guide the way. Oh, and don't forget Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and

Amazon Alexa and more

The LC Touring Package adds parking sensors, semi-aniline leather seating, 20-inch alloy wheels, heated and ventilated front seats and the aforementioned Mark Levinson audio system. A sport package includes a limited-slip differential for improved traction. Finally, a Performance option includes 21-inch wheels, variable-ratio and active rear steering and an active rear spoiler, amongst other features. 

Behind the wheel

Before telling you what the Lexus LC is, let's begin with what it is not: This is not an example of the fastest, loudest, audacious car on the road. It is an exceptional grand-touring automobile that is as fun and engaging as you can imagine. It's a blast on the back roads and a thoroughly comfortable daily driver or week-long road-tripper. With beautifully balanced handling and the well-sorted adaptive suspension, there's almost no road it can't handle.
The feel of the hybrid LC 500h is like a fast slotcar. It lacks the electric-y feel of other hybrids and instead provides friction-free electric thrust when squeezing the go-pedal. 

But for sheer exhilaration, nothing can touch the visceral feel you'll get from the Lexus LC 500. The sound from the exhaust will have the hair on your neck standing on end as it races toward its peak power and torque.

The only thing better than reading about the Lexus LC 500 and LC 500h, is getting behind the wheel and driving one. Call the Lexus LC experts at Napleton's Lexus of Brookfield. They will be happy to provide more information and arrange a test drive today.
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