The RC 350 F Sport features a more aggressive exterior and interior design
and joins the RC 350 sport coupe and RC F performance model. It will be launched
in the U.S. this fall.
The RC 350 F Sport will make its world debut at the 2014 Geneva International Motor Show.
The RC is a stand-alone model rather than a two-door derivative of a sedan although it is built on the GS sedan platform. It has the same width as GS and a shorter wheelbase than the IS sedan to help achieve spirited handling and agility.
The RC 350 F Sport, based on the RC 350, will feature exclusive design elements and enhanced driving performance.
The F Sport's dynamic upgrades include Adaptive Variable Suspension (AVS) and the available Lexus Dynamic Handling (LDH) system. These features provide drivers with an even more rewarding and engaging driving experience.
RC 350 F Sport's Exterior and Interior Design
Readily identified by a model-specific "F" mesh design, the RC 350 F Sport features a further evolution of the Lexus spindle grille. The unique 19-inch F Sport mesh alloy wheels feature machine-finish and dark metallic paint.
The RC 350 F Sport also inherits a descendant of the innovative LFA driver's meter with a moving center ring, and an F Sport perforated leather steering wheel and shift knob. The interior design is completed by Silver Performance trim, an F Sport-exclusive Rioja Red interior and seats with unique contrast stitching.