Lexus debuts a refreshed RC coupe at Paris Motor Show
The Lexus RC is still in its first generation but here at the Paris Motor Show we are getting a first look at its latest refresh.
And while those power plans might remain the same the Outside it gets a whole new look.
And most of those changes happened up front with these cool new headlights and a modified spindle grill.
Sure, it's still the big, enormous spindle grill.
But hey, there's less chrome, so thank God for small favors.
Handling for the 2019 RC should get a little bit better thanks to new springs and shocks.
Plus a recalibrated power steering system Tech-wise, well we're getting Apple car play but Android auto users, nope, no go.
Womp womp, instead you're gonna have to make do with Amazon Alexa integration.
The two liter turbo charged engine got a little bit of a computer hack so we've got a more responsive throttle and better response out of those turbo chargers but it's still putting out 241 horsepower and 258 pound feet of torque And all that power's going to the rear wheels.
Or you can spring for all wheel drive and get a three point five liter diesel V6 good for 260 horse power and 236 pound feet of torque.
But heck you might as well just go all in and get the RC350 that'll get you 311 horsepower.
Unfortunately we're not gonna be getting the hybrid like you see here behind me so just go big.
The 2019 Lexus RC will be available in dealerships next month and expect to pay about $41, 000 for an RC 300 rear wheel drive, all the way up to $46,000 for that special all wheel drive.