2023 Lexus RC To Get Updates

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Today, Lexus revealed that the 2023 RC will receive a few minor improvements over the outgoing model year in the United States. The RC 300 with the F Sport look package costs $50,090, while the entry-level model starts at $45,470. These costs have increased by $1,500 and $1,650 since 2022. The price of the car increases by more than $2,000 when AWD is added to the model; the RC 300 AWD starts at $48,160, and the RC 300 AWD F Sport starts at $52,380.

Although it will be the same size as the optional infotainment screen provided in 2022, Lexus says the upgraded 10.3-inch touchscreen will be available for the RC and RC F in 2023. Meanwhile, the normal screen size is still eight inches. The glove box, side registers, and instrument panel of the automobile have also been updated.

2023 Lexus RC

The RC's engines will essentially remain the same in the upcoming year, and the same trim levels are available. One of them is the RC 300, an inline-four powered by a 2.0-liter twin-scroll turbo engine that generates 241 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque.

A 3.5-liter V6 engine with 311 horsepower and 380 Nm of torque powers the RC 350. The RWD version of the car costs starting at $48,400, and the F Sport package raises the cost by $4,620. While the starting price for the AWD variant is $50,565, the F Sport option raises it by $4,180.

Lexus RC

After being superseded by the RC F Fuji Speedway Edition in 2022, the restricted RC F Track Edition makes a comeback in 2023. The kit includes a rear wing, Brembo carbon ceramic brake discs, new Hitachi shocks, a carbon fiber hood and roof, and interior trim in black and blue Alcantara.

there is the RC F with a 5.0-liter V8 engine. Prices for its powerful 472 horsepower engine start at $67,845.

The model starts at $100,720, which is $1,525 less than the Fuji Edition. Lexus claims the new 2023 RC will be available in showrooms early this year.

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