2020 Lexus RC F Track Edition Boasts Enhanced Performance


In this modern age we live in where normal every-day cars can easily achieve a 0-60 time of 5.4 seconds, it’s important for performance focused vehicles to be quicker then ever before. The 2019 Lexus RC F is no doubt a quick car with a large V-8 engine and a 0-60 time of 4.4 seconds. However, it’s not enough to really blow your doors off and they know it.

Which is why Lexus is coming out with the 2020 RC F Track Edition. It’s more than a mere accessories package, the limited production RC F Track Edition features a precisely engineered set of upgrades that work together seamlessly to push its performance to a new level. Like the standard model, weight reduction was a key area of focus for the Track Edition. With a total curb weight of 3,781 pounds, the Track Edition weighs 176 pounds less than the previous RC F. Combined that with the 472 hp V8, and the Track Edition has the best power-to-weight ratio (8.01:1) in its class. Combine the slippery shape and reduced weight with the standard launch control system and the RC F Track Edition is capable of delivering a 0-to-60 mph time of 3.96 seconds. Top speed remains limited to 168 mph. 

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