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Speedhunters Takes the Lexus RC F to Tokyo

Lexus RC F Speedhunters Tokyo

Dino Dalle Carbonare from Speedhunters spent a week with the Lexus RC F in Tokyo:

Say what you will but I personally commend Lexus – they’ve had the balls to sculpt a fine-cut identity for themselves, and every one of their cars is instantly recognisable. The RC F is a beautiful car. It feels and looks modern and just gets your juices flowing the moment you lay eyes on it. To me, that’s the sign of a proper sportscar – one that generates an emotional response.

Still, I can’t help but think that Lexus could have done a lot more with this car: a more modern feeling engine – turbocharged perhaps, a more modern-feeling transmission, and more carbon fiber where it counts the most. I mean, where did all that investment into the LFA project go? Where is that trickle-down effect?

Accompanying the article is a wonderful photo collection of the RC F in Tokyo:

The article is certainly worth reading in full — Carbonare presents an honest opinion, and offers some constructive criticism on the RC F. The whole thing is well put together, and the photos are out of this world.

Read the Speedhunters feature on the Lexus RC F

Offer it in Manual transmission is another option they could have added.
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  • March 14, 2015
i dont like tha taillights tbh. looks like it could be on a 1 series