The Lexus LC500 & LC500h, Plus LC-F Talk

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There's no way that the LS F is coming earlier than the LC F. Wait a minute... People wanted a normal TTV8/NAV8 version as well under the LC F. Is that what's coming?

This will definitely skyrocket the sales of the LS.

 

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I didn't say anything about production... don't be so hasty with jumping to conclusions; you will have an easier life.

You clearly have a million different questions and prefer lots of detail, but I simply cant give it to you. Things are different for me now on these newer projects.
 

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Take an LFA, add several hundred pounds, chop a few cylinders off, and add 90hp.
Whoa... that sounds nice. The weight concerns me, but I'm assuming they'll be more luxury items than expected. I'm waiting on the GRMN Supra, but maybe I should wait a bit longer for an LC F ~150k-ish? 3 year time?
 

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with LC leaving Motorsport, is there still a future for it after the LCF?
 

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Well, they're bringing the convertible to Goodwood lol

Who knows what else may be planned for end of year :D
I just need to know should I start saving up now?
 

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As long as you can afford 3 base A90s, you should be good to go lol.
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I know you hinted at it before but jesus christ, I never though Lexus could go that far in pricing and upmarket. The LC I felt was the highest they can go for a mass-produced vehicle
 

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I know you hinted at it before but jesus christ, I never though Lexus could go that far in pricing and upmarket. The LC I felt was the highest they can go for a mass-produced vehicle
Well, I've always assumed that an LC-F would be around NSX pricing. So 3 base A90s is about right and cheaper than my expectations lol.

Look at the RC-F to the RC-F track edition that's a 30k price jump for those upgrades. An LC-F should be in super car fighting territory. I think (hope) the highest it'll be is around a new R35 Nismo pricing?
 

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I know you hinted at it before but jesus christ, I never though Lexus could go that far in pricing and upmarket. The LC I felt was the highest they can go for a mass-produced vehicle
The 2016 LS 600hL had a MSRP of $120,440. (in 2019 $128,511) ;)
 

 
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