Lexus RC: First GenerationUSA

Lexus USA Releases RC F Pricing & Package Information

Lexus RC F Pricing Packaging

The Lexus RC F will start at $63,225 USD when it arrives in USA dealerships this fall.

Key standard features will include Black NuLuxe interior, 10-way power driver (8-way passenger) front seats, a 10-speaker 256 watt sound system, 7-inch VGA center screen, and 19-inch split 5-spoke forged alloy wheels.

From there, a $4,400 Premium Package is available, with heated/ventilated seats, the speed sensing rear spoiler, carbon fiber interior trim, Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, rain sensing wipers, auto dimming mirrors with reverse auto tilt, water repellent side windows, and three position seat memory.

A $5,500 Performance Package can then be added to the Premium Package), and adds the carbon fiber roof, carbon fiber rear spoiler, and rear Torque Vectoring Differential.

There’s also an $280 All-Weather Package with windshield deicer, headlamp cleaner, and heated steering wheel.

Navigation ($1,760), Navigation with Mark Levinson stereo ($2,840), Moonroof ($1,100), Leather seats ($800) and Pre-collision system with dynamic radar cruise control ($500) can also be selected as stand-alone options.

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  • September 5, 2014
So mines would come out to 79,625 + taxes and gov't fees. Depending on which county i buy mines it should roughly be around 88,700ish out the door.
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    blkpantha
  • September 5, 2014
You can turn this monster into a luxury monster. Love it and so many are raving about the amazing fun to drive of the RCF as usual MT CD only focus on the weight yes it is heavy but it comes with a huge fast ass engine Lexus am proud of you not cutting corners
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    Lexus Cohen
  • September 5, 2014
Finally Lexus is giving us options like their german rivals, very happy!
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      Argus
    • September 5, 2014
    Well, not totally like the Germans. Just got a response that Lexus will not offer custom colors like Audi does on their RS cars....also they will not offer a Japan delivery program.
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    Ozlat
  • September 5, 2014
Wish you could get TVD as a stand alone option.
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    BlackDyanmiteOnline
  • September 5, 2014
Never really liked the styling. At all. And it had a rather pedestrian review on Motor Trend today. It is overweight, and not up to class standards in performance. But it should add 10-15k a year to the sales tally, and 3-4k at the end of this year, so we'll see what that means in early January to the sales race..... BD
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      PG
    • September 7, 2014
    I agree with the weight issue. If MotorTrend's numbers (4.5 secs 0-60, while the Germans do it in sub-4, no carbon-ceramic brakes, 0.95g skidpad while the M4 and RS5 pull 0.99) are correct, this is seriously lagging behind the current crop out of Germany. And keep in mind that soon there will be a new generation AMG C-Class. The RC F already struggling to keep with the current gen. I understand that Lexus focused on making it fun to drive, but in the end this segment is ruled by bragging rights. And you only get bragging rights with the right performance numbers. Either Lexus will need a more powerful, more extreme version down the line or will need to find ways to cut some of the weight.
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Good start for Lexus to offer some options to their customers ... I totally support you Lexus
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      Ron
    • September 5, 2014
    This is a $70K+ car for almost everyone.......with an IS interior and extra for leather and GPS. I guess they figure people will pay anything for a V8. I will keep the LS, which is almost as quick, holds five comfortably...... more features for about the same money.
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      Alex
    • September 5, 2014
    Well you could say that about a lot of cars in this market. At least you get a V-8 with the RCF instead of some turbo V-6. Do have to say keeping the LS can't be a bad decision at all...beautiful car :-)
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      MD
    • September 6, 2014
    LS is nowhere near as quick as the RC-F. Not even close. Around the track, it is not even a comparison. LS is an all-out luxury car while RC-F is a performance car with luxury and practicality. Big difference
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      Ron
    • September 6, 2014
    How many times are you going to drive a RCF on the track???
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      Raptor
    • September 7, 2014
    Ron even in a straight line the RC-F is going to kill an LS, there is no comparison. I am betting initial numbers for the RC-F are conservative just like Lexus does with their whole line up.
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    corradoMR2
  • September 6, 2014
Very pleased with the numbers. Lower than my expectations!
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    phuson091/
  • September 6, 2014
Hi every one, i'm a lexus enthusiast. I come from Vietnam , the country which have been independent for over 30 years. In recent years, Vietnamese people are much richer and wealthier, so Lexus vehicles are more popular in Vietnam. In Vietnam, the LX, GX,and RX are selling very well. Every day, when i'm on my way to school, I can see at least 10 LXs, dozen of GXs and RX is uncountable. Lexus is the leader of the luxury SUVs in Vietnam, but it's really hard to find a Lexus sedan in Hanoi, because this belongs to Benz and BMW. I'm only 14 years old, and next year i'm going to Germany for study. I always wanna be a Lexus designer. I think, this RC F is one of the most attractive car and it looks stunning and gorgeous. I think the grill is very controversial, many body love it, but many body hate it. But the fact is Lexus sales increase , and with this awesome coupe, i can't wait to see the day Lexus become back the leader of luxury cars. But Lexus shouldn't have discontinued LF-A. 1 billion dollars just for 500 volumes, that was a waste. LF- A is one of the greatest car that human ever made, hope RC will be like its predecessor. Sorry for my English!
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      Alex
    • September 6, 2014
    Love to see young Lexus enthusiast! Hope Lexus is your dream car and you get one one day!
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      RAL
    • September 6, 2014
    I think your English is very good. I wish had mastered a second language. Glad you are a Lexus enthusiast too; and I hope you realize your hopes and dreams! Would that I had been as poised and knowledgeable as you are when I was 14. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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      phuson091/
    • September 6, 2014
    Thanks. My dad is a lawyer, and he owns a Camry. In Vietnam, cars are expensive, so a Camry costs $54k! He always wants to drive a RX to his office everyday, but it's too expensive for him to afford. A RX costs approximately $150k in Vietnam! That's why i aspire to be a Lexus designer, so i can buy him a Lexus.
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      sky
    • September 8, 2014
    a lawyer in Vietnam can afford a Camry? he works for the gov't? if so, I'm sure he can afford more than a Camry.
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    Lexus Cohen
  • September 6, 2014
I'm really happy, I will be the first person they call when the car arrives at Lexus of North Miami. Richard Todorow is the best salesman.
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      Raptor
    • September 7, 2014
    Oh yeah, I will be the second they call in Oregon. :P I still want to learn more about the car before I buy though. I might wait a bit and maybe by January there might be some screaming deals, but then again maybe not...
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      Lexus Cohen
    • September 7, 2014
    The car is going to be amazing! I honestly can't wait to be around the wheel of this amazing beast!
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      Reggie
    • September 10, 2014
    I think I'm the only Lexus salesman who wants to buy one of these so bad I can taste it. To the guy who's comparing numbers with the Germans. We could care less. We'll be out having fun enjoying the car while they will be in the shop getting something fixed. Numbers mean little when you're afraid to really use the horses for fear it will cause a repair.
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    Mike Forsythe
  • September 7, 2014
Outstanding pricing!

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