- Lexus is awarding several updates to its RC and RC F coupe models for 2023.
- The new touch screen sits above the dashboard, replacing the old concave screen which was only controlled by the touch panel.
- There is also a new Special Appearance package available for the F Sport model.
Lexus isn’t quite ready to replace its aging RC coupe with a redesigned model, but Lexus is making a few updates to the standard RC model and the performance RC F for the 2023 model year. The biggest change is on the inside, where the dashboard is revised to accommodate the touchscreen. new. There are also new colors, newly available look packs, and a few performance tweaks.
The standard RC, which is available in RC300 and RC350 configurations, adds the F Sport Special Appearance package with a two-tone color scheme that combines a gray body with a black roof and hood and 19-inch Enkei alloy wheels. The same gray exterior color, called Incognito, is also new to the RC F Track Edition. Lexus also says that the Track Edition benefits from new Hitachi surprises.
We appreciate the update to the RC’s infotainment system, as the fact that the display moved forward and can now be controlled as a touchscreen means you don’t have to rely as much on the console’s finicky touchpad controllers. An 8.0-inch screen is standard, and a 10.3-inch screen is optional.
A stellar price of $45,470 is for the rear-wheel-drive RC300 with a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four. The RC350, which has a 3.5-liter V-6 engine, costs $53,020 with the optional F Sport package. To get the RC F’s tinny 5.0-liter V-8 engine, you’ll need $67,845.
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