2019 Lexus LC500 5.0 AT Sport+

2019 Lexus LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
2019 LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
Lexus LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
2019 Lexus LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)
2019 LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)

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Body typeCoupe
Power477 Hp
Engine Displacement5000 cm3 or 5L or 305.1 cu-in
Transmission GearboxAutomatic
Fuel TypeGasoline
Drive wheelFR or RR
Price (out of date)$127361

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the body type, Lexus LC500 Coupe 2019?Coupe, 4 Seats, 2 Doors
What is the fuel economy, Lexus LC500 URZ100 2019?11.5 l/100 km
How fast is the car, 2019 Lexus LC500 5.0 AT Sport+?270 km/h, 0-100 km/h: 4.7 sec
How much power, Lexus LC500 2019 Coupe 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)?477 Hp
What is the engine size, 2019 Lexus LC500 Coupe 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)?5L or 4969cm3
How many gears, What type is the gearbox, Lexus LC500 Coupe 2019?Automatic transmission 10
What is the drivetrain, Lexus LC500 URZ100 2019?Rear
How long is this vehicle, 2019 Lexus LC500 5.0 AT Sport+?4770 mm
How wide is the vehicle, Lexus LC500 2019 Coupe 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)?1920 mm
What is the gross weigh, 2019 Lexus LC500 Coupe 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp)?2375 kg
How much trunk (boot) space, Lexus LC500 Coupe 2019?197 l

Lexus LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp) 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 Specs

General information

Complectation name5.0 AT Sport+
Production start year2017
Drive typeRear
Frame typeCoupe
Transmission typeAutomatic transmission 10
Engine volume, cc4969
Frame nameURZ100
0 to 100 time4.7
Max speed270
Clearance, mm133
Manufacturing countryJapan
Winter complectationyes

Engine, transmission and steering specs

Engine specs

Engine name2UR-GSE
FuelPetrol (Gasoline)
Engine typeV8
Has turbono
Max power, hp477
Max power RPM, rpm7100
Max power, hp (kWt) / rpm477 (351) / 7100
Max torque, N*m540
Max torque RPM, rpm4800
Max torque, N*m (kg*m) / rpm540 (55) / 4800
Engine additional infodirect fuel injection, DOHC, dual VVT-i
Eco typeEuro-6

Fuel consumption

Country side8
Co2 emission260


Manual modeyes


Power steeringno
Electric power steeringyes
Steering vgs vgrsyes


Frame dimensions

Exterior length, mm4770
Exterior width, mm1920
Exterior height, mm1345

Interior dimensions

Seat rows2

Chassis dimensions

Wheel base, mm2870
Wheel spacing front1635
Wheel spacing rear1640
Front overhang930
Rear overhang970

Weight and permissible load

Mass, kg2010
Max capacity365
Max. weight2375


Fuel tank capacity, l82
Trunk volume197


Special equipment3 years or 100,000 km
AddinfoAuto-dimming side mirrors; Carbon equipment package: roof, sill plates; aluminum pedal pads; electric glove box lock

Suspension specs

Suspension specs

Front stabilizeryes
Front suspensionIndependent, spring multi-link
Rear stablilizeryes
Rear suspensionIndependent, spring multi-link

Wheel rims

Aluminium wheelyes


Front wheels245/45 R20
Rear wheels245/45 R20
Run flat tiresyes


Front brakeVentilated discs
Rear brakeVentilated discs
Parking brakeElectronic
Parking brake new firstElectronic



Led lightsyes
Diod head lightsyes
Head lights washeryes
Front fog lampsno
Led backlightsyes
Rear fog lampsyes
Additional stop lightyes
Light sensoryes
Rain sensoryes

Side mirrors

Exterior mirrors in body coloryes
Side mirrors with repeaters indicatorsyes
Power adjustable door mirrorsyes
Door mirrors heatingyes


Door handles in body coloryes
Power rear dooryes


Privacy glassno
Rear glass heatyes


Rear spoileryes

Body color

Metallic paint Bodyoption


Steering wheel and center panel

Leather windingyes
Adjustable steeringyes
Telescopic steeringyes
Tilt steeringyes
Audio control on steering wheelyes
Utility color display8"
Projective system of indications of a speedometeryes
Engine start buttonyes

Interior design

Leather upholsteryno
Combined obivka Salonyes
PanelsCarbon inserts, door and dashboard upholstery in leather


Bucket seatyes
Front seats ajust8-way adjustable front seats
2nd rowtwo individual seats
Loin relianceyes
Headrests for seats4
Separating armrest frontyes
Separating armrest rearno
Seats pocketsno

Electric interior package

Power ajustable front seatyes
Front seat heateryes
Front seats ventilationyes
Seat position memoryyes
Centralized door lockyes
Keyless enteryes
Power window frontyes
Stearing wheel heateryes

Additional interior equipment

Smokers packetoption
AC plugyes



Drivers airbagyes
Passengers airbagyes
Passenger airbag deactivation function withyes
Side airbagyes
Curtain airbagsyes
Airbag for the driver's kneesyes
Knee airbag passengeryes

Children safety

isofix baryes

Active and passive safety


Electronic security and traffic control systems

Electronic Brake Distributionyes
Break assistyes
traction controlyes
Hill-start assist control systemyes
Damping Control Systemyes
Lane Keep Assistyes
Cruise controlyes
Distance control systemyes
Autolock doorsyes
Intelligent AFSyes
Blind zone monitoringyes
Road sign recognitionyes
System tire pressure monitoringyes
Front sonaryes
Rear sonarsyes
Collision mitigation systemyes
Driver tired systemyes



Air conditioneryes
Automatic air conditioningyes
Part climat equipment2 zones

Audio systems

CD playeryes
MP3 Supportyes
Hands freeyes
Additional sound equipmentMark Levinson premium audio system, 13 speakers, AUX, USB

Navigation and video equipment

Full color LCD display10.3"
Navigation systemyes
Back monitoryes

Additional amenities

Antidazzle rearview mirroryes
Mirrors in sunshieldsyes
Onboard computeryes

Car safety

Security alarmyes

2019 Lexus LC500 URZ100 5.0 AT Sport+ (477 Hp) specs

Lexus (Japanese: レクサス,, Rekusasu?) is the luxury vehicle division of Japanese automaker Toyota Motor Corporation. First introduced in the United States, where Lexus has become the highest-selling make of luxury car, today Lexus brand name vehicles are available throughout the world. In 2005, the Lexus marque launched in Japan, marking the continued global expansion of the luxury division.

Lexus originated from a clandestine flagship sedan project that began in 1983. This effort developed into the original Lexus LS, which was the first vehicle to wear the Lexus marque upon its launch in 1989. In subsequent years, Lexus added sedan, coupe, and SUV models. Hybrid drivetrains arrived in 2005, and the F marque performance division debuted in 2007. From the start of production, Lexus vehicles have been consistently produced in Japan, with manufacturing centered in the Chūbu and Kyūshū regions. Assembly of the first Lexus built outside the country, the Ontario, Canada-produced RX, began in 2003.

Since 1989, Lexus has developed a reputation for vehicle reliability and customer service, as measured by independent surveys. In 2008, consumer ratings firm J.D. Power and Associates named Lexus the most reliable brand in the U.S. for the fourteenth year, based on its Vehicle Dependability Survey, a measure of over 53,000 vehicle owners and problems experienced in the first three years of vehicle ownership. Through 2008, Consumer Reports has also named Lexus among the top five most reliable brands in its Annual Car Reliability Surveys of over one million vehicles across the U.S.

The Lexus slogan is The Pursuit of Perfection.

The F1 project

In 1983, Toyota chairman Eiji Toyoda summoned a secret meeting of company executives, to whom he posed the question, “Can we create a luxury vehicle to challenge the world's best?” This question prompted Toyota to embark on a top-secret project, code-named F1 (“Flagship” + “No. 1 vehicle”). The F1 project, whose finished product was ultimately the Lexus LS 400, aimed to develop a luxury car that would expand Toyota’s product line, giving it a foothold in the premium segment and offering both longtime and new customers an upmarket product. The F1 project followed the success of the Toyota Supra sports car and the luxury Toyota Cressida models. Both the Supra and Cressida were rear-wheel drive cars with a powerful 7M-GE/ 7M-GTE engine. The U.S. launch of the Acura marque by Honda three years prior also influenced Toyota in its plans for a luxury division. Around this same time, Nissan would unveil plans to create its own luxury division, Infiniti, while Mazda also considered developing a luxury division, to be called Amati.

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