Lexus LC500 Convertible review

When we first got behind the wheel of Lexus’ LC500, back in 2018, we knew it was the start of something special. Because Lexus had made a GT that transcended expectations, that looked visually stunning, that was exceptional to drive, and that was almost absurdly comfortable.

Then the Japanese luxe car-marker brought out a more economically viable hybrid version, the LC500h, swapping the original’s naturally aspirated 5-litre V8 engine in place of a V6 hybrid setup – which, while technologically remarkable and the first of its kind, sapped some of the fun out of proceedings.

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