The auction will sell the exclusive version of the Lexus LC500January 13, 2020
At the auction will go the very first copy of the Lexus LC500 in the back of a convertible. All funds received from the sale of the car will be donated to charity.
To celebrate the start of sales of the LC500 cabriolet model, the Japanese Lexus brand is putting up for auction the only instance of the model that will be sold to the American Boys and Girls Club, as well as the Bob Woodruff Association. “Our first LC500 convertible offers many unique features, making it an excellent auction car,” the press release said. The car will be sold at the Barrett Jackson auction on January 17, 2020.
When the LC500 was introduced in 2018 as a coupe, it stunned everyone thanks to the same appearance as the LC500 conceptual version.
Buyers were also given the choice between a 5.0-liter V8 rated at 470 horsepower or a hybrid V6 rated at 354 horsepower – LC500h trim. Many thought that the stunning Lexus LC could not look better until we saw the same car, but in the back of a convertible. The novelty will be positioned as a 2021 model year car.
Lexus auctioned off one of the first LC500 convertibles with a VIN number ending in 10,000. This one-off LC500 convertible also received a strikingly blue body paint, positioned by the company’s engineers, as the “deepest” shade of blue on the market. When creating it, nano technologies were used.
In addition to the unique VIN number and body paint with a striking visual effect, this LC500 is equipped with carbon fiber door sills, which indicate that this is the very first instance of a Japanese convertible. The interior is trimmed with white semi-aniline leather. For anyone who buys this car, Lexus will provide the first Zero Halliburton baggage kit, specially designed to fit in the LC Convertible trunk, a photo of the car’s assembly portfolio, and a series of driving lessons with racing legend Scott Perutt.
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