Four colors are available; Flare Red, Sonic Platinum, F White, or Graphite. A set of 21-inch wheels pair nicely with the black grille, trim, and LED headlights. The “afterburner-style” taillights are a unique touch. Convertible models can be ordered either with a red or black fabric roof.
Two engine choices are up for grabs. Customers can choose from the LC500h or LC500, although the drop-top is only available with the latter engine option. In the US, the more powerful naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V8 is actually the cheaper option, with a starting price of $94,125.
The hybrid derivative weighs in at $100,125, while the V8-only convertible is the priciest, at $102,175. Lexus has not said whether the special edition will make it stateside, but European customers will be able to purchase the Hokkaido Edition from April 2022.