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Lexus Announces RC F to Debut at Detroit Auto Show

Lexus RC F Detroit

Lexus today confirmed that the F performance model will be making its debut at the Detroit Autoshow in January — here’s the full high-resolution teaser image:

Lexus F

Not much can been seen in the photo other than the Michelin Pilot Super Sports and the large fender side vent, but this is clearly a F version of the RC coupe that debuted in Tokyo last month.

Not a bad time to recall the RC F prototypes speeding around Nürburgring earlier this year:

Lexus RC F Nürburgring Front

Lexus RC F Nürburgring Side

Lexus RC F Nürburgring Rear


Here’s the full press release:

Designed from the asphalt up, to strike at the heart, the newest Lexus F model will debut at the January 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

Engineered from scratch, one performance layer at a time, the newest F model promises a bold, gritty, experience synonymous with the famed Lexus F heritage.

The Lexus press conference will be shown live online at www.lexus-int.com/. Follow the hashtag #AsphaltUp for more developments.

[Source: Lexus USA]

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    OlFius
  • December 9, 2013
Good news ! No information about the RC F Sport edition ?
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  • December 9, 2013
Only one F model? A bit slow but I'll take it. Hooray!
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      darkride
    • December 9, 2013
    Gives them a way to have something fresh at majority of the upcoming auto shows. Gets people/media to their floor. Why the RC (Japan), CT(LA), RC-F(Detroit), NX(Geneva), RC F-Sport (Chicago??), etc so spread out. I will be there in Detroit so I look forward to this.
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      Lasse J. Nordvik
    • December 9, 2013
    Also,the next ISF is not that far off.
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      Travis
    • December 10, 2013
    GSF isnt too far off either
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      Carmaker1
    • December 10, 2013
    That may be the very vehicle that is quoted to use a TTV6, as against the RC-F. The Lexus personnel who were interviewed, cleverly referred to the "IS-F successor", and not the RC-F itself. It's better to have the IS-F to have less output than the RC-F, so the GS-F can take the higher position.
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    • K
    • December 9, 2013
    Will you be there on the press days? I'll be attending.
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    • K
    • December 9, 2013
    Yeah, one thing at a time -- just happy there's a new F model to talk about. :-)
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    3pipes
  • December 9, 2013
That wheel arch is damn good.
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    Lasse J. Nordvik
  • December 9, 2013
I want one so bad! Make mine Ultrasonic blue with red leather interior.
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      DillonD
    • December 9, 2013
    Same here dude!!!! Or black on red...maybe both!
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      Edwin Mejia
    • December 10, 2013
    same here man with carbon fiber wing!
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    Guest
  • December 9, 2013
I was planning to GET Audi RS7... but I think I have to wait for that XD Looks nice though from the wheels ;)
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I was planning to get Audi RS7 but I guess I have to wait for that :D Looks nice from the wheels though ;)
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    • K
    • December 9, 2013
    Not a bad decision either way!
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    05rollaxrs
  • December 9, 2013
Finally, Lexus is putting some great sticky tires on a Lexus. They deprived Lexus LFA of some great sticky tires, but looks like they would not do that to the RC-F.
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    Puppet H
  • December 9, 2013
Now this looks spectacular! And we haven't even seen the full body yet!
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    Levi
  • December 9, 2013
I'm hearing it gets 480 PS. Almost 60 PS more than IS-F. By the way, M3/M4 will be revealed on 12 December. Of topic, Lamborghini will also reveal its Gallardo successor before Chistmas, and Toyota should have a Supra Concept at Detroit. Exciting times ahead. The Toyota GT86 has been a blessing for all.
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    Lexus Cohen
  • December 9, 2013
Santa, I've been a very good husband. I love my GS Fsport but I also want a red RC F with flaxen interior or even red.
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    n6600
  • December 15, 2013
This got me thinking - how do we know that this is really RC-F and not GS-F? I know that design is more RC like, but what if GS-F has changed design a little, too? http://lexusenthusiast.com/2013/09/02/lexus-gs-f-prototype-spotted-in-japan/

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