Lexus might be best known for its luxury sedans and best-selling SUVs, but the company’s F SPORT division can’t help but tweak extra power and performance out of select models in the line-up. Alongside the GS F, the company’s sports sedan, is this, the Lexus RC F.
Taking the supple RC cruiser as its starting point, then slapping on a more aggressive body kit and dropping a 5.0-liter naturally aspirated engine under the hood, the RC F is already off to a good start. What makes it really interesting is the optional Torque Vectoring Differential, which allows the rear-wheel drive coupe to independently adjust the amount of power going to each of the back tires.
Inside, it’s the typical Lexus luxury, which means plenty of leather and a little more plastic than you might want from a BMW M4 competitor.