Lexus has given a preview of their new RC Coupe, which will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in a few weeks’ time.
The new RC Coupe borrows some styling traits from the LF-LC concept car, and it will come as either an RC 350 or an RC 300h. The RC 350 is powered with either a 3.5-litre V6 engine, while the RC 300h hybrid will come equipped with a 2.5-litre engine.
Like other Lexuses, the spindle grill is a prominent exterior feature on the RC Coupe, and it will ride on either five-spoke 18-inch wheels or 10-spoke 19-inch wheels. It also has three-lamp LED units at the front, while the rear shows an ‘L’ motif when the tail lamps are illuminated. Lexus also states that the four-seater has seats that are “made using an integrated foaming construction, similar to the moulding technique used for racing seats, to provide excellent comfort and support.”
There’s no word on pricing and performance specifications yet, but they should be made available when the car debuts on 20 November.