The Lexus LC 500 has been recognised as the Best Sport Coupe at the first edition of the Qatar Car Award.
Maqina and Arab Motors magazines partnered to hold the “first-of-its-kind” event in Doha recently to recognise the achievements of car brands and dealers in the country.
“Qatar Car Award is a yearly special edition and award ceremony put together by two of the leading automotive magazines in the Middle East. The event is organised to recognise automotive achievement after putting most of the vehicles in Qatar their their paces, subsequently crowning the best,” a press statement noted.
At the ceremony, Lexus Qatar received the award for Best Sport Coupe for the Lexus LC500.
The Lexus LC is a “powerful, emotionally stirring realisation of the vision of Lexus master driver for a flagship production coupe that echoes the spirit of the hand-built Lexus LFA supercar and delivers the visual impact of the Lexus LF-LC concept”.
The Lexus LC is a flagship coupe that represents the evolution of Lexus as a lifestyle brand that will surprise and delight customers. The car symbolises the beginning of a new phase for Lexus, which is all about creating greater synergy between engineering and design.
The LC makes the strongest statement yet about the brand’s future direction, and is the result of painstaking craftsmanship, attention to detail and an advanced, future-oriented approach to engineering. It’s a car that offers a pleasurable driving experience which enhances the user’s lifestyle.
Abdullah Abdulghani & Bros Co is the exclusive distributor for Lexus in Qatar.
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