2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible: Less roof, more gorgeous
Now we all knew what's coming, but its finally here.
Meet the new Lexus LC convertible.
Now the drop top using the same gorgeous lines, angles, curves, the body of the coop but with a drop top design.
Now under the hood we've got the same V8 making the 400 and 71 horsepower, and same automatic transmission.
That you'll lead love her, maybe love so much depending on what you want from your sport GT.
However, unlike the coop, we've got this open air design that uses a retractable motorized fabric top that opens or closes in around 15 seconds.
Now using a fabric top means that they're able to keep weight too low and the weight distribution close to around 50-50 front to rear Now going with a convertible top means that you lose a little bit of backseat room here, they've had to move the seats for it to make room for the top.
However, we both know that the coop back seats weren't the most spacious of all.
And I'm not really a huge fan of fourth convertibles anyway, they tend to look like tubs on wheels and I think this fits that balance nicely.
There's enough room back there for a back pack and that's just fine for me.
Now when you've got the top dropped the Lexus LC convertible drivers can enjoy a new climate control system with a new feature called upper body warming and that's gonna combine things like heated steering wheels heated seats as well as That blow warm air over the driver's neck.
Sort of like Mercedes-Benz's airscarf system.
The 2021 Lexus LC 500 Convertible hits the road about summer of 2020 just in time to enjoy some really warm open air driving.
Now personally, I think the LC convertible is one of the better looking models and lexuses line up and one of the best looking cars here at the 2019 New York Auto Show.
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