The last time Lexus had a sporty coupe was in the late 1990s, when the 2-door SC300/400 was part of its lineup. Neither the SC430 nor the IS convertible that followed were really replacements for the SC hardtop coupes. So Lexus went back to its roots and to design a coupe offering both performance and luxury. Lexus is positioning the RC350 as a luxury coupe, with the F Sport package intended for customers preferring bolder styling and sharper handling. The RC F is the performance flagship in the Lexus lineup, intended to compete against the BMW M4 and Audi S5.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|RC 200t ||2.0l V6 T (241-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||22/32/26 ||69 ||$40,155|
|RC 300 ||3.5l V6 (255-bhp) ||A6 ||AWD ||19/26/22 ||67 ||$42,770|
|RC 350 ||3.5l V6 (306-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||19/28/23 ||73 ||$43,010|
|RC 350 ||3.5l V6 (306-bhp) ||A6 ||AWD ||19/26/22 ||69 ||$45,175|
|RC F ||5.0l V8 (467-bhp) ||A8 ||RWD ||16/25/20 ||77 ||$64,165|