2020 Lexus RC F TRD Specs, Engine, Redesign, & Review – The RC F may not carry the exact same attractiveness as the BMW M4 and Mercedes-AMG C63 for most customers in Europe and the U.S., but Lexus has launched a tailor-made TRD bodykit for the sports coupe that means it is that bit more attractive.
The optional body pieces, which are available only in Japan, start at the front with an understated front splitter that easily attaches to the fender and not only brings aggression but will make it show up as although the RC F’s ride size is under it is. At the front, Lexus has additionally created new plastic-type ‘canards’ listed below the headlights that are done in gloss black plastic. Shifting to the sides, TRD has created new sleek vanity mirror includes once again done exclusively in gloss black plastic-type. Customers will also have the option of unique side dresses that additional expand the appeal of the vehicle. For $5000, a set of 19-inch forged aluminum wheels are also available, gauging 19×8.5 at the front and 19×9 at the rear. Even with the significant price tag, the tires are not integrated, meaning you’ll have to pay additional.
Completing the available styling pieces are a new rear diffuser and a rear lip spoiler made out of light in weight carbon fiber. Some performance-driven parts are also now available from TRD. These include a $5800 sports muffler, steel bracing under the body and a new performance damper brace at the rear.
The RC F, which later acquired a simple facelift, continues to use a by natural means-aspirated 5.-liter V8 engine supplying 477 hp. Although that’s a lot, the engine is necessary to haul an additional 300 kg (661 lbs) over rivals such as the BMW M4.