Why would a driver choose a coupe over a sedan? This is a valid, interesting, and perfectly reasonable question for those unfamiliar with the aspects of a coupe build. The first and most obvious difference is its look, with the build of a coupe having two-doors and an elongated profile. However, what about differences in terms of specs, features, and space? Essentially, in general, a coupe will further prioritize performance, luxury, style, and a driver-centric design when compared against sedan models.
That brings us to our discussion of the 2020 Lexus LC model, the most luxurious coupe offered by the Lexus brand. What can you expect when taking your place behind the wheel of this extravagant model? That’s what we’re here to demonstrate.
In terms of comfort, technology, and convenience, the 2020 Lexus LC is unparalleled in the market with its unprecedented yet endlessly impressive assortment of seamlessly integrated features. Highlights include the Lexus Enform App Suite 2.0, heated and ventilated power seats, Mark Levinson® premium audio, dual-zone climate control with concierge, semi-aniline perforated leather seating, remote touchpad control, ambient lighting, dynamic voice commands, and so much more!
While we’ve heaped much praise on the interior of the model, the first sight available to pedestrians and fellow drivers will be of the model’s exterior. In that regard, the 2020 Lexus LC excels beyond measure. With a form designed distinctly for performance, it nonetheless offers a striking and beautiful look. From its premium triple-beam LED headlights and signature spindle grille to its defiant and distinctive side sills to its carbon fiber roof to its back bumper with its hooked LED taillight design and dual-exhaust system, the 2020 Lexus LC is admirable at every angle.
What would luxury be without power, providing the thrills necessary to enjoy the experience? The 2020 Lexus LC is equipped with a 5L V8 engine that produces up to 471 horsepower and 398 lb-ft of torque. This is backed and controlled with a 10-speed automatic transmission. As expected from its sports car build, the 2020 Lexus LC comes with standard rear-wheel drive to accentuate the experience of its driver-centric interior.