After the devastating production of awful second-gen Lexus SC, Lexus fans were relieved to see the new 2017 Lexus LC. Not only did it look gorgeous, but it was also available with a naturally aspirated 5.0 L V8 engine featuring 478 horsepower. Today, Lexus is still not letting the LC go by introducing a limited version named Hokkaido.
Limited versions rarely get any significant changes, and it’s no exception for the Lexus LC Hokkaido. The car is named after the volcanic Hokkaido island in Northern Japan, and it will be available in four colors: Sonic Platinum, Flare Red, F White, and Graphite. The exterior revisions include a black signature front grille, new 21-inch alloy wheels, and a black trim package.
You can also notice a few differences after opening the door. The interior is black with only minor touches of rose red leather. Unlike in an ordinary Lexus LC, the red finish is asymmetrical on the driver’s and passenger’s sides.
There won’t be changes in technical specs: the Hokkaido edition will feature 5.0 L V8 and 3.5 L V6 Hybrid power plants paired with a 10-speed automatic transmission.
Lexus LC Hokkaido limited edition will go on sale from April 2022, and only 80 cars will be built (40 coupes and 40 convertibles). Every time you sit inside, you’ll always be greeted with a limited edition plate boasting the car’s unique line number.