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The biggest problem I have with the LC is that every color looks amazing and for each color I want to buy two: in coupe form and convertible form.
Haha, how come I had the exact same sentiment as you before I read your post?

This Nori green combo looks amazing. All 3 inspiration series have had great color execution.

Does anybody have information on upgrades to the 2020 LC? I'm anxious to see if they'll add the Level 2 autonomous driving.
 
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All tan is sick. This two tone with black is less characteristic. Don't understand why Lexus doesn't push more options like all tan, maybe all red. That would definitely make the cars look more luxurious.
 

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Lexus Europe Newsroom and Lexus U.K. Media Site news releases inform us that the 2020 LC Inspiration Series' Continental counterpart is the LC Limited Edition with Terrane Khaki exterior. Notably, at least some European (non-UK) markets will offer alternate Graphite Black and Sonic Titanium exteriors in conjunction with the Saddle Tan and Black Amber interior.

No word on how many copies will be allocated for Europe as a whole, let alone individual European markets, but the LC Limited Edition will go on sale in October 2019 in Continental Europe and in November 2019 in the United Kingdom. The UK's Auto Express suggests the Limited Edition will carry a £2,500 premium over the standard model.
 
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Second best SE so far. Spectral Blue still remains supreme. Is Nori anything close to Peridot Green from while back?
 
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One of out guests is ahead of the crowd she have spent more than $10,000 to make her LC a nice green colorAE294D24-24CE-4B74-B3B5-2F11007C6110.jpeg
 

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