Lexus has revealed its RC coupe - the first two door from Toyota's luxury line. Inspired by the LF-CC and LF-LC concepts, the RC's exterior features a wide and low sitting version of Lexus's signature spindle grille, triangular headlamps with a unique three lamp LED design and a bright and racy red color scheme and has an option of deeply sculpted 10 spoke 19 inch or muscular five spoke 18 inch wheels in black with platinum center caps.
The four-seat cabin is outfitted with contemporary ambient lighting and equipped with a Remote Touch Interface while the driver's cockpit is divided into operational and display zones on a seven inch navigation screen and layered center console.
While full specs have yet to be revealed, the standard RC360 is powered by a 3.5 liter V6 gasoline engine while the RC300h boasts a 2.5 liter hybrid setup. Stay tuned for its official premiere at the Tokyo Motor Show, which kicks off November 23 and runs through December 1.
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