The modelRead full Lexus RC F review
The RC F is well equipped, has a great sounding V8 and feels pretty plush inside. As one last hurrah for a big V8-engined coupé, it remains a likeable choice. However, it comes up short as a performance car and is soundly beaten by the BMW M4.
The trimSee full equipment
Our preferred version has plenty of kit, including 19in alloys, LED headlights, heated and cooled leather front seats with full electric adjustment, a 10.3in infotainment system with full smartphone connectivity and a reversing camera, plus lots of standard safety technology.
The engineSee full engine specs
Your only option, but what an engine. Outrageously quick and fantastic to listen to, the 457bhp 5.0-litre petrol can fire the RC F from 0-62mph in just 4.5sec. Did we mention how much we like the way it howls gloriously as it does so?
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