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2019 Lexus LC500:
For 2019, Lexus has made the LC500 even softer, retuning the adaptive dampers to deliver an even more buttery ride. Wisely, Lexus left the drop-dead styling alone inside and out, though we wish it had addressed the car’s one major failing: the finicky touchpad controller (it works like the pad on a laptop) for the dashboard infotainment screen.
Perhaps aware of our past criticisms of the first-year LC500’s sometimes choppy ride with its big 21-inch wheel package, as well as its artificial-feeling rear-wheel steering option, Lexus sent us a 2019 LC500 with neither feature for this test. Instead, this LC rode on the base 20-inch wheels—whose Bridgestone Turanza summer tires have taller, more forgiving sidewalls—and lacked the rear-wheel steering. The omissions helped highlight the 2019 model-year move toward greater squish.
The only spicy aspect of the entire driving experience is the naturally aspirated 5.0-liter V-8. Lacking turbocharging and the oft-accompanying surge of low-down torque, the LC wafts up to speed on a wave of ever-increasing thrust. Drop the hammer when the light turns green and the Lexus feels light on torque. As the engine revs climb, however, the big coupe starts to hustle. The delayed onset of acceleration is, like the soft suspension, totally in keeping with the LC’s comfort-focused vibe. Never does the V-8 whip your neck back—that’d be so uncouth—but instead it slowly presses you into your seat with the deft and firm touch of a seasoned masseuse.
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2019 Dodge Charger Hellcat
The 2019 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat is a 707-hp sedan that’s built to bully sports-car owners and shuttle adrenaline-junkie families. Based on the regular Dodge Charger, which can still be had with a stonking 485-hp Hemi V-8, the fire-breathing Hellcat version has aggressive bodywork. Its grille has dual air inlets that resemble devilish nostrils, and its sinewy hood features a prominent air scoop and heat extractors. An assortment of 20-inch wheels are available with sticky Pirelli P Zero summer tires for enhanced accelerating, braking, and cornering.
Without a doubt, the Hellcat’s main attraction is its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8. If you haven’t heard, it makes 707 horsepower along with 650 lb-ft of torque. Still, the ultimate Charger will leave no one wanting for power, all of which is directed to the rear wheels through a quick-shifting eight-speed automatic transmission. A pair of responsive steering-wheel-mounted paddles lets the driver swap ratios at will.
Drivers must carefully apply the gas pedal to maintain traction, and the ride quality suffers from a stiff suspension and large wheels. Its relaxed steering and heavy curb weight make it more of a drag-strip star than a racetrack warrior.
Inside, the SRT Hellcat shares the same design and passenger space as tamer Chargers. However, it has a slew of desirable standard features and some personalized options. Every Charger SRT Hellcat includes a 200-mph speedometer, heated and ventilated front seats wrapped in leather, and an excellent 8.4-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Want to rock out while doing massive burnouts? Dodge offers a thumping 19-speaker Harman/Kardon audio system. Among the few optional driver assists are blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, and rear parking sensors.