The 2015 Lexus RC F is a V8 powered track beast that can also coddle you on a commute.
I have just finished two days of learning about and testing the new RC line of rear-drive performance coupes from Lexus and the upshot is that these cars are going to change the reputation of Lexus
If you are a driver that has had some experience on track, but not professional level experience, the 2015 Lexus RC F may be the car you would be the fastest in on any racetrack.
The Lexus RC 350 and RC F are about to launch in the US.
Lexus is launching the 2015 RC F sports coupe in late October in the US market.
Lexus outsold all its rivals in the US in the month of August, returning to the number one spot among premium automakers.
In addition to living the fast life of an automotive journalist, I also run a horse stable and that gig provides me a great chance to put every test vehicle I get to work – literally.
Lexus this week announced its new Crafted Line of model trims. The line will mean a special white exterior color with interiors of black and red.
Toyota is widely known to be skeptical of electric vehicle technology.
In July Lexus sold 27,333 vehicles. Audi sold 14,616, a record for the company. Porsche similarly was up to its highest level at 4,300 vehicles (note that we did not say “cars”).
The 2015* Lexus IS 350 AWD brings out the hooligan in you. It seems like a normal enough compact sports sedan until you floor the throttle for the first time.
Torque News was one of the first outlets to bring the sad news that the Lexus IS F would be discontinued. We saw it coming.
During a week-long test of the Lexus IS 350 AWD* I happened to take my personal vehicle in for service at the Lexus dealership I use. The loaner car I received was a new Lexus IS 250 AWD*.
The new 2015 Lexus RC 350, RC 350 F Sport, and the amazing RC F are coming this fall to Lexus dealerships. Torque News has been invited to drive the new RC in 3 weeks on both road and track.
When the current Lexus GS350 F Sport was introduced for the 2013 model year, it brought a whole new level of aggressive design to the luxury lineup – a look that we would see spread across the enti
Toyota has not marketed a sporty car with a turbocharger in a long time. Lexus never has. Not since the Supra has the company had a rear-drive, turbocharged sports car.