Just in case you reckon the bright yellow Lexus LC Coupe wasn’t already brash enough, the Japanese luxury carmaker has taken not-so-mellow yellow hue inside the cabin.
Available in either V8 or hybrid powertrain guise, the limited edition LC Coupe sports a polarising Zinnia Yellow exterior paint matched with a bespoke luxury cabin that features yellow Alcantaraca door inserts.
Working on the apparent design principal that too much yellow is never enough, Lexus’ designers have also used the same yellow shade for contrast stitching on the white leather-accented seats, instrument panel, steering wheel and centre console armrest.
The limited-edition LC500 and LC500h variants are based on the $190,000 (before on-roads) LC coupe fitted with the $15,000 enhancement pack, with the extra splash of yellow adding just $200 to the $205,000 total retail price.
As with every LC coupe, the premium equipment list includes 21-inch forged alloy wheels, head-up display, Alcantara headlining and a 13-speaker Mark Levinson premium surround audio system.
All versions of the LC are also equipped with the Lexus Safety System+ that offers advanced driver assist features including autonomous emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.
The dazzling limited edition Lexus LC trim is now available at Lexus showrooms. Just take your sunnies.
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