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Lexus RC F, GS F limited edition 2018 pricing and specs confirmed


Lexus Australia is set to release limited-edition versions of its RC F coupe and GS F sedan next month, marking the 10th anniversary of the Japanese brand's F Line moniker.

The two-door RC F opens pricing at $151,929 plus on-road costs, followed by the GS F sedan, which is slightly dearer at $155,940.

Both V8 performance cars feature unique matt grey paint, a 'Competition Blue' interior with carbon-fibre highlights, a black polished finish for the 19-inch alloy wheels and Competition Blue brake calipers.

The special-edition vehicles have also been treated to updated front dampers to improve body rigidity and steering stability.

Lexus recently updated its pricing structure, and so the 10th anniversary vehicles are priced identically to the models they are based on.

  • With the exception of the updated front dampers, no performance changes have been made. With the exception of the updated front dampers, no performance changes have been made.
  • The bent-eight is matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a torque vectoring differential filters the power through to the rear wheels. The bent-eight is matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a torque vectoring differential filters the power through to the rear wheels.
  • The blue leather continues on the steering wheel, gearshift knob, instrument panel centre console and seatbelts. The blue leather continues on the steering wheel, gearshift knob, instrument panel centre console and seatbelts.

The coupe builds on the current RC F Carbon, which adds a carbon-fibre roof and active rear wing, whereas the limited-edition GS F is based on the top-spec variant and gains a carbon-fibre lower grille surround and rear lip spoiler.

Inside, both vehicles boast blue and white accented semi-aniline leather sports seats, with the 'F' symbol embossed into the headrests.

The blue leather continues on the steering wheel, gearshift knob, instrument panel centre console and seatbelts.

Blue, black and silver accented carbon-fibre is used for the window control surrounds, and the rear seats are clad in black leather.

With the exception of the updated front dampers, no performance changes have been made, with the F Line vehicles carrying over the 351kW/530Nm 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8.

The bent-eight is matched with an eight-speed automatic transmission, and a torque vectoring differential filters the power through to the rear wheels.

“The letter F symbolises a series of Lexus cars that are designed and engineered to deliver a higher level of sporting style and driving reward,” said Lexus chief executive Scott Thompson.

“These rare and exclusive versions reinforce that F models are built for drivers to immerse themselves in pure driving pleasure and satisfying performance.”

2018  Lexus RC F, GS F 10th anniversary edition list pricing

Lexus RC F 10th anniversary – automatic – $151,929
Lexus GS F  10th anniversary – automatic – $155,940

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