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Lexus RC F

  • tickMean, aggressive looks
  • tickHeaving list of standard equipment
  • tickLexus has a brilliant reliability record

Lexus RC F Coupe (2014 - )

The Lexus RC F is an undeniably interesting car. It looks like nothing else on the road, it goes like stink and it sounds absolutely amazing. Granted, it’s not as dynamically polished as some of its rivals, it’s expensive to buy and run, and there are some fairly fundamental ergonomic issues inside the cabin. However, it’s a likeable and enjoyable car nonetheless, and we wouldn’t blame you if you fell in love with the looks alone.
Our verdict

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Lexus RC F running costs

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Lexus RC F safety

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Lexus RC F features

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Lexus RC F reliability

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Lexus RC F interior

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Lexus RC F performance

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Our expert review

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Where the regular RC makes a vaguely sensible case for itself with its hybrid powertrain there is no such pretence with the RC F version – this is pure automotive indulgence in everything from purchase price to running cost and its charismatic V8 engine has a fearsome appetite for fuel.

At the time of writing the new BMW M4 is yet to be released but the RC F was a close match for the previous one in price and performance. Those in the market for a V8 muscle car could save money and have a Ford Mustang instead, though the Ford is no match for a Lexus in terms of luxury. Currently the Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe is its closest rival, the starting price for the Lexus actually considerably cheaper, though on a par if you opt for the full bells and whistles Track Edition version that comes closest to giving the Mercedes a proper run for its money. The RS5 version of the Audi A5 is another appealing alternative and priced on a par. At this level you might even be considering a Nissan GT-R, which is much faster but can’t match the Lexus for premium feel.

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£23,995 to £84,620
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