Competing in the Luxury Sport Car segment means the Lexus LC has several rivals, but with the odd notable exception such as the discontinued BMW i8, there are almost no hybrids available - the Porsche 911, Jaguar F-Type, BMW 8 Series, Aston Martin Vantage, Mercedes S-Class Coupe - all are conventional petrol engined models. The Lexus LC was the first luxury coupe model available with a hybrid engine as Lexus and its parent company Toyota have generations of experience in this technology developed from the original Prius, keeping them ahead of rivals. The LC 500h uses a 3.5 litre petrol engine linked to the rear wheels and combined with an electric motor to give a total of 359 horsepower when both are working in tandem, capable of silent electric running when in traffic at slower speeds and boosting the petrol engine to be a lot more fuel efficient. As a self-charging hybrid it doesn’t need plugging in at night, though won't run in electric only mode for as long as a plug in would, however if you want diesel like fuel economy in a gorgeous sports car full of luxury equipment as standard, and don’t want the hassle of plugging in every night, or your home location doesn’t allow you to then the LC 500h hybrid is a great option.
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