The Limited Edition Lexus RC F
Everyone remembers their first car, right? For the lucky ones, they received comfort at an early stage in their driving. For most, they received mom and dad’s pile of junk that they passed down through multiple family members and these people know that fear is when you’re inching 80 on the interstate hoping your engine doesn’t bust. Most have had to explain to their passengers that “oh that sound is normal” and “yes, all the windows work except for the back passenger one.” As we get older and become more independent and stable, we lose these worries. When driving with Lexus, it’s as if they are completely forgotten.
Lexus is known for their reliability, and driving a Lexus gives the driver more confidence, something people don’t often associate with driving. Cars being a part of our daily lives can cause us to forget how dangerous they can be. However, Lexus works hard to make sure we don’t have to worry about that. A good example of reliable models is any of the Lexus F vehicles. In fact, they’ve been ‘all the rage’ for the past 10 years, Lexus saw this as a reason to celebrate good times by introducing the Limited Edition Lexus RC F!
The only thing that isn’t exciting about this limited edition car is that out of nowhere there are only 500 models being made and they’re only being sold in Japan. However, everything else is bound to make any car enthusiast giddy. As shown at the Tokyo Auto Show, the RC F has microfiber material on the outer shell of the car. There are blue seatbelts, blue micro suede on the instrument panel, and even blue seats with a sleek, white stripe down the middle.
The RC F has a titanium exhaust and an assumed upper-level engine as found on all the other F models. If it’s anything like the 2017 LS F, the limited edition car will be a hit. The LS F has a 5.0L V8 engine with the option of just rear or all-wheel drive. It was rated fifth out of the top six ‘super luxury cars.’ Lexus must be doing something right!
All jokes aside, Lexus really does ensure quality driving. All their newer models have quick-shifting eight-speed transmissions and high-end design on the interiors to make operating the car even simpler. It’s no surprise Lexus has had 10 strong years of F models, and other 2018 models look just as promising. Stay updated with Lexus to hear more about their new cars.
Your Highland Park Lexus dealer is sure to have all your car needs, stop by today!