Lexus has revealed the special run version of the LC. The ‘Limited Edition’ model is the latest update in the Japanese brand’s four-seat coupe which now sports a new paint scheme and a comes with an extra kit.

Highlighting the upgrade is the Naples Yellow paint finish which is a deeper shade of the Flare Yellow that is available across the LC range.

The new Limited Edition is available with a Sports+ pack which comes with 21-inch allow wheels and a carbon-fibre roof. Further additions to the pack include Lexus Dynamic Handling, a four-wheel steering system and a Torsen limited-slip differential along with an active rear spoiler which comes out of the boot lip above 80kmph.

In the interior, the door trims are finished with a similar colour as on the outside. Meanwhile, the steering wheel, instrument panel, central armrest and the white leather seats too get a contrast yellow stitching.

The colour scheme, however, is not limited to the outside. In the interior, the door trims are finished with a similar colour as on the outside. Meanwhile, the steering wheel, instrument panel, central armrest and the white leather seats too get a contrast yellow stitching.

The Limited Edition also sports a head-up display and a Mark Levinson audio system with 13 speakers, which are optional on the other LCs.

Both the LCs engines could be seen in the new Limited Edition, which comprises of a 2.9-litre V6 hybrid with 354bhp and a naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V8 with 470bhp.

The Limited Edition also sports a head-up display and a Mark Levinson audio system with 13 speakers, which are optional on the other LCs.

The Structural Blue Edition which was a similar special edition offered by the company had similar specifications but sported a unique blue paint finish with a blue, orange and white interior.

Prices for the model are yet to be confirmed. However, the car is expected to hit the markets in November and is expected to make its first appearance at the Paris Motor Show in October.