Lexus IS F CCS-R Video

The Lexus IS F CCS-R made an appearance at the 2011 Motorsport Japan festival in Odaiba, and the resulting video footage is worth watching just for the sound alone:

Building on the IS F Club Circuit Sport concept car unveiled at the 2010 Tokyo Auto Salon, the CCS-R shaves approximately 300kg (661 lbs) from the IS F by using a generous application of carbon fiber, and is also equipped with a number of TRD performance upgrades — including a very impressive titanium exhaust, as we can see in the video above.

Read more about the available Lexus IS F CCS Parts


  • Travis

    Man run this baby around the ring so we can see its time !  It should be seriously fast.

    I find it funny that when the car starts up and rolls away theres no hit of a upgraded exhuast… then he steps on it and all hell breaks loose. Would love to have this setup next to someone at the stoplight ! lol

    Run this against the M3 GTS speical track edition thats a race I will pay to see.

    Also the guy in the white with the TRD shirt on… I want his job :_(

  • BlackDynamiteOnline

    Classic Japanese Muscle!

  • Ricandady

    Hate the sound. It sounds like a POS ford mustang!

  • LStevens

    Too bad he will be replacing all four tires after that spectacle.

  • Rarmour

    Just another cheap looking hotrod with a cheap looking wing on the back along with a cheap sounding exhaust that sounds like a cheap chainsaw.

    • krew

      Haha — great comment, even if I disagree about the sound. :-)

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  • Sebastien Kroetsch

    I love that sound! It might not sound Lexus at all but that’s what an aftermarket exhaust does. I was expecting better driving than that ;)

    • Ian Schmidt

      Same here.  I thought it sounded great, if very un-Lexus-like.  The driver sucked though :)


      i mean he is asian or japanese and we all know they aren’t the best of drivers….

  • TwinTurbo

    I think may be Lexus was in hurry and missed the appointment with Yamaha to fine tune this IS-F CCs-R’s exhaust note…