During the Detroit Motor Show, The RC represents Lexus’ answer to the BMW 4 Series, the Audi A5, and the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe. The 2020 Lexus RC F track edition is it’s one of the heavier cars in its aggressive set with surprisingly quick. The most obvious is evident at the front where the redesigned LED headlights now add in the daytime running lights to enable a much cleaner look. On the front, the car has a large spindle grille by adding a lower lip stretching across the total width.
The new RC F Track Edition will attract the race and seriously fast enthusiasts. The car has input from Lexus’ Super GT and IMSA race series experiences.
The 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition
Now the biggest change or the thing which made the 2020 Lexus RC F to fit in the track edition is its engine and control. , Lexus remains committed to the RC’s naturally aspirated, 5.0-liter V8 engine for the time being. It makes 472 horsepower and 395 pound-feet of torque, nominal increases of 5 hp and 6 lb-ft. of torque over the outgoing model.
On the other hand, an eight-speed automatic transmission carries over, but a higher final drive ratio (3.13 vs 2.93) has been installed to improve off-the-line response. Combined with the new electronic launch control system, the RC F Track Edition is capable of a 0-to-60 mph time of less than 3.9 seconds.
There are no mechanical changes under the hood, but the Track Edition receives bigger Brembo brakes on the front axle and a titanium exhaust system.
Besides that, the Track Edition arrives in just two colors: Ultra White and Matte Nebula Gray, the latter of which is exclusive to the Track Edition. The track edition comes with a carbon fiber roof, hood, and fixed rear wing. It also sports stainless steel exhaust tips, coated in a blue finish for a stylish signature look.