Hybrid? No thanks
Yes, the LC500H is sporty, but the fact is, if you drive the 3.6-litre V6-hybrid 500h back to back with the V8 version and still want the hybrid, you’re a very confused human being. If you’re that worried about petrol prices, how can you afford a car that will hover around $ 200,000?
And if Lexus thinks it can get away with charging more for the more complex, less quick and comparatively awful sounding hybrid version, it has gone bonkers as well. Lexus Australia estimates it might make up one quarter of LC sales. I estimate they’ve got to be joking.