The 2020 Singapore Motor Show saw the reveal of some pretty interesting cars, including the Lexus LC Special Edition pictured above. At first glance, you can say that it looks a lot like the current LC500—particularly this green-and-tan version—but take a closer and look and you’ll see the big difference: the unique Nori Green Pearl exterior.
This version of the popular coupe also reflects the brand’s signature Takumi craftsmanship in the interior, with a two-tone cabin highlighted by bespoke Saddle Tan and Black Amber colors. Under its hood, however, it features a familiar setup. We’re talking about the naturally-aspirated 5.0-liter Dual-VVTi V8 capable of 470hp and 540Nm of torque that can be found in the previous LC500 models. Of course, this powertrain is still mated to a 10-speed automatic that sends power to the rear wheels.
“Coming into our sixth year of participation at the Singapore Motorshow, we are extremely thrilled to officially unveil the Lexus LC Special Edition in Nori Green Pearl—the only one available in Singapore—an absolutely stunning masterpiece that is crafted to thrill. This is a prelude to the much-anticipated launch of the convertible version of our LC Coupé later this year, which is the fusion of Lexus’s driving signature ‘exhilarating performance’ with a convertible driving experience.” said Borneo Motors Singapore managing director Jasmmine Wong.
What do you think about this LC’s look? Do you dig the design?