2014 Lexus RC Coupe revealed ahead of 2013 Tokyo Motor Show

Article by Christian A., on November 4, 2013

Last year, at the 2013 Paris Motor Show, Lexus brought the LF-CC Concept and made quite a buzz in the French capital. Now, a year after the event, the production version of the LF-CC Concept showed up. Dubbed Lexus RC Coupe, the new vehicle looks impressive and will take on the BMW 4-Series Coupe and the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe.

The first visual impact with the RC Coupe shows the well-known Lexus spindle grille seen on the other models from the Japanese carmaker, stylish headlights, new taillights which continue the front design as well as an aggressive rear bumper with integrated exhaust system and air diffuser.

The 2014 Lexus RC Coupe has a length of 4,695 mm, a width of 1,840 mm and a height of 1,395 mm, while the wheelbase measures 2,730 mm. The new Lexus RC Coupe will be officially unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, which means that we will get more details by the end of the month!

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