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Lexus RC F 2018 review: snapshot

The RC F is the angriest member of the RC family, packing a 5.0-litre V8 engine that will fire 351kW/530Nm toward the rear wheels via an eight-speed automatic.

It can be had in two guises; the standard RC F ($138,100) and the RC F Carbon ($152,300), both of which arrive with adaptive suspension, along with the best equipment from the regular RC range (Mark Levinson stereo, 19-inch alloy wheels, heated and ventilated seats, etc). The Carbon edition than focuses on further weight savings, through lightweight roof and body panels, as well as an active rear wing.

Standard safety across the RC range includes dual front and front-side airbags, as well as front airbags for the second row. You'll also find a knee airbag for both driver and front-seat passenger. Forward collision warning with AEB (and pedestrian protection) is standard fit, too, and so are front and rear parking sensors and a parking camera.

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RC F 5.0L, PULP, 8 SP AUTO $104,900 – 110,980 2018 LEXUS RC 2018 RC F Pricing and Specs
RC F Carbon 5.0L, PULP, 8 SP AUTO $116,050 – 133,430 2018 LEXUS RC 2018 RC F Carbon Pricing and Specs
RC350 F Sport 3.5L, PULP, 8 SP AUTO $54,990 – 85,870 2018 LEXUS RC 2018 RC350 F Sport Pricing and Specs
RC350 Luxury 3.5L, PULP, 8 SP AUTO $51,260 – 58,960 2018 LEXUS RC 2018 RC350 Luxury Pricing and Specs
Andrew Chesterton
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