Lexus will unveil special edition F at North American International Auto Show

December 30 2018,

Lexus will unveil special edition F at North American International Auto Show

We don’t quite know what it will be yet, but we know it will be special. Lexus is calling it the 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition and is planning to unveil it at the upcoming North American International Auto Show in Detroit on January 14th.

A recently published photo of the RC F Track Edition shows a carbon fiber spoiler which indicates if nothing else that this new Lexus RC F will be something special. We just can’t wait to see it in action.

Expect more power, lighter materials, upgraded brakes and better aerodynamics. The engine, shocks, dampers and gearbox will likely all have been tuned for the very best performance on both track and a winding road.

We’ll get you all the details on the upcoming 2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition after the NAIAS. To learn more about the Lexus RC range, contact us today at Erin Park Lexus.

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