The all-new Lexus RC will make its world debut at the Tokyo Motor Show on November 20 2013, the RC 350 with 3.5L V6 engine, and the RC 300h hybrid with 2.5L engine.
The RC Line brings to life the luxury marque´s focus on emotional appeal through a dynamic and alluring two-door coupe. It has been developed to raise the brand´s profile with a broader audience and new-to-Lexus customers. It injects emotional appeal into the Lexus DNA that is synonymous with build quality, refinement and reliability.
Lexus designers have infused the RC design with deeply contoured lines never before seen in the Lexus line-up. They have integrated the widest and lowest application yet seen of the Lexus spindle grille.
Triangular headlamps evoke the sporty characteristics of the LF-LC design while concept vehicle inspiration is evident in the unique three-lamp LED design. At low beam, the lamps adopt an L-shaped pattern as an expression of the Lexus identity.
A purpose-built Lexus-first lighting package provides a great sense of occasion, with illumination that reflects upwards, rather than downwards, to envelop the cabin. High contrast interior trim, including a startling new tone called Clove, emphasize design lines and accentuate the elegant cabin.
Genuine shimamoku wood highlights – the result of an intense, layered wood production technique refined by Lexus – are used to emphasize the surrounding trim.
The driver´s cockpit is divided into operational and display zones. The upper zone houses the instrument panel and a seven-inch navigation screen while a layered centre console integrates a new Lexus first Remote Touch Interface.
Importantly for a coupe, the seats utilize an integrated foaming construction method – much like the moulding of racing seats – to ensure optimum occupant comfort and support.
More details in Tokyo.
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