Toyota`s main luxury brand Lexus has been playing around with some new models which would come with monster power under the hood. Such a fine specimen combining extremely-advanced aerodynamics, luxury and performance is the future Lexus LC F, previewed below ahead the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show, this October.
The good news comes just soon after the Japanese manufacturer recently unveiled the new LC 500, with the LC F becoming thus the top of the line variant, with impressive performance under the hood.
The news of the upcoming model in Tokyo this October come from Car and Driver auto magazine, which finds its reports from reliable sources, so everything it reports to us always seems to come true.
Visually, the all-new Lexus LC F will come with visible changes, meaning that it will receive an overhauled aero kit, with new hood laden with vents, wider front splitter and fixed rear wing, all contributing to advanced aerodynamics.
Other standout features also refer to new 20-inch wheels with high-performance tires, six-piston brake calipers and a few more with that. The sports car`s main highlight remains under the hood.
According to the same report, the Lexus LC F would pack a massive 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine, with staggering 600 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. This would also translate in a mind-blowing sprint from 0 to 100 km/h.
Once it will arrive on the market, the model is also reported to cost as much as twice the LC 500, which is currently available at $92,995. We should be able to find out more about the model in the upcoming period.