First Lexus LC Convertible to be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson


Lexus will auction off the very first LC 500 Convertible at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale next weekend, with the proceeds split between two charities: the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and the Bob Woodruff Foundation.

The LC Convertible is one-of-a-kind in many ways, starting with a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) ending in 100001. It will be outfitted similar to the announced Inspiration Series edition, with a Structural Blue exterior and white leather interior.


There are exclusive touches, like blue brake calipers and 21-inch Liquid Graphite-colored forged alloy wheels with gloss black accents. The LC Convertible will also feature Liquid Platinum color accents in the headlights, side intakes, side mirrors, and taillights. A special carbon-fiber scuff-plate will read “LC Inspiration Series Launch Edition Exclusive 1 of 1”.

Along with the vehicle itself, the auction winner will receive the following:

  • A framed sketch of the LC Convertible from the Chief Designer
  • A portfolio of production-line photos and a certificate signed by the vehicle’s chief engineers and the general manager of the Motomachi plant.
  • Zero Halliburton luggage with custom Lexus design details
  • Lexus Performance Driving Experience package at Laguna Seca with Scott Pruett, a three-night hotel stay at the Pebble Beach Resort, and a round of golf at the Pebble Beach Golf Course.

The auction at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, Arizona will take place at approximately 4:30pm MST on January 17, 2020.