On the outside, there's an exclusive shade of yellow paint, 21in forged alloy wheels and a carbonfibre-reinforced-plastic active spoiler that deploys above 50mph. No changes have been made to the LC's naturally aspirated 457bhp V8 engine.
The interior is differentiated from the standard LC by bright yellow Alcantara inserts in the doors and black and white colouring throughout the rest of the cabin.
The Limited Edition is available on both the 500 and 500h versions of the Mercedes-Benz SL-rivalling coupé and is limited to 10 units for the UK - five of each variant.
Prices are yet to be revealed, but it’ll carry a premium over the Sport+ spec it’s based on, meaning a price well in excess of £80,000 is expected for the hybrid model.
It won’t, however, carry as heavy a premium as the 10-unit limited-run Structural Blue, revealed in late 2017, which added five figures to the LC's starting price due to its bespoke paint.
Sales of the Limited Edition will commence in November, following its debut at the Paris motor show.
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