New 2017 Lexus RC F

With its unique style, considerable heft and mandatory automatic transmission, the 2017 Lexus RC F is far from a cookie-cutter performance car.

What's New?

The Lexus RC F receives adaptive suspension dampers and Scout GPS Link capability for 2017.

Edmunds Says:

The distinctively styled Lexus RC F doesn’t have it easy. Its German competitors were strong when it debuted in 2015, and they haven’t relented in the meantime. The main hurdle for the RC F is weight — it is hundreds of pounds heavier than the BMW M4. In the traditional metrics of performance-car accomplishment, therefore, the RC F suffers. This prodigious poundage blunts not only its acceleration but also its eagerness to change direction.

Moreover, its brakes can wilt under hard use, although this is something you’ll only encounter when lapping a racetrack.

In the real world, the RC F finds its groove. Its interior is flat-out gorgeous, its seats superb and its driving manners refined. Its non-turbocharged 5.0-liter V8 may not pin you to your seat as firmly as the 467-horsepower rating suggests, but it’s plenty quick for street use and makes wonderful sounds.

Click on a new Lexus RC F trim below to learn more about the Lexus RC F standard features, available options, safety features, interior & exterior features, warranty information, recalls and more. You can also get a free price quote from local Lexus dealers.

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1 Trims for the 2017 Lexus RC F:

  2dr Coupe (5.0L 8cyl 8A)
  MSRP from $64,165
  Invoice from $59,673

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