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LEXUS RC   2018 2022
2018 2022

The facelift for the Lexus RC was shown to the public in 2018 at the Paris Motor Show.
It brought upgrades for luxury coupe made by the Japanese car-maker.

It was built to compete against the main German coupe vehicles on a mixed platform, which gathered together the front of a Lexus GS, the mid-section of a Lexus IS of the second generation and the rear of the Lexus IS from the third generation. It was high-tech and with hybrids engines that could achieve very good city mileage due to the brand’s experience into this type of engines,

Lexus tried to maintain the RC’s dynamic coupe proportions while adding more elegance to its exterior. The new front bumper design and the new grille that was transformed from the upper section to the bottom were new design elements. Optional triple LED headlights were added for more refinement. Depending on the trim level and engine version, the car was fitted with 19” light-alloy-wheels.

Inside, there were few new modifications where a new, dark gray streamline treatment has been applied to the heater control panel and audio panel, while enlarged knee pads have been raised to create a heightened sense of space. The sport bucket-seats were highly bolstered for better support while cornering. The infotainment system was installed far on the dashboard, beyond the reach. It could have been controlled via a touch-pad from the center console.

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LEXUS RC   2014 2018
2014 2018

Lexus had been planning the 2-door luxury coupe for some time and finally released it in 2014.
Based on the Lexus IS platform, the RC offered great refinement into a sporty appearance.

The Lexus RC had an aggressive front fascia with angular headlights, beautiful LED running lights, a sophisticated rear end and overall the sharpest lines in the industry.

Available with a rear-wheel-drive or an all-wheel-drive system, the RC was offered in a single trim level that offered lots of goodies.

Standard features included 18-inch alloys, selectable drive model, heated exterior mirrors, keyless go, automatic climate control, a rearview camera, heated seats available with the all-whee-drive model only, leatherette upholstery and interior wood and aluminum accents.

Bluetooth connectivity, voice control, a 10-speaker Audio system and the Lexus Inform Remote were also standard.

Other optional features were bundled into packages, such as The Premium, The Navigation and the F sport package.

Inside, Lexus installed a 7-inch full color screen. It was not a touchscreen and it could be controlled using the Lexus’ touchpad - however - the touchpad was pretty hard to use while driving.

Otherwise, the RC featured impeccable interior craftsmanship.

Safety wise, the RC was equipped with stand antilock disc brakes, traction control, stability control, plenty of airbags and optional blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert, cruise control, collision mitigation system and others.

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