Car Rides: The Lexus LC500h 2018 review

Car Rides: The Lexus LC500h 2018 review

Car Ride:The Lexus LC500h 2018 review

The Lexus LC500h is in Ireland and I got to have a spin on a fantastically sunny day. Unfortunately, the dust in Ireland when it’s dry is impossible to deal with so the car is dusty, sorry

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17 Replies to “Car Rides: The Lexus LC500h 2018 review”

  1. Bobby boy let's be honest now, as your mammy used to say, all I can say about the rear of the Lexus is " " look at the ARSE on that " !!!! Now admittedly, the front and the flanks are nice, but the rear, that belongs on one of the Kardashians !!!!

  2. The power math doesn't make sense for hybrids, because it can operate in parallel and series, and that peak power for the engine and electric motor aren't there at the same time. A portion of the electric motor's power is coming from the electricity the engine makes on the side.

    What does work is adding battery bhp to engine bhp. For example, an old Prius with 76bhp 1.5L and a 67bhp motor would top out at 110bhp. But only because the battery is peak rated at 34bhp. So that + 76, and there you have it.

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