The asking price for this revised RC F (starting at around £63,000) doesn't seem at all unreasonable given that Audi will charge you a much greater amount for its very comparable RS 5 Coupe. You can pay more though for this Lexus. There's an 'RC F Carbon' model with a carbonfibre roof for around £70,000, a more focused 'RC F Track Pack' version for around £73,000 and a top 'RC F Track Edition' variant for around £80,000. As you'd expect from Lexus, you get a ton of standard equipment including full LED headlights with automatic high beam function, a 10-speaker multimedia system including DAB, DVD player, Remote Touch touchpad control and Lexus Premium Navigation, dual-zone climate control and Drive Mode Select. There are also front and rear parking sensors, electric, auto-dimming, folding and heated door mirrors; cruise control, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, electric steering column adjustment and keyless Smart Entry. The torque-vectoring differential is standard.
Safety provisions include eight airbags, a reversing camera, Hill Assist Control, Lane Departure and Rear Cross Traffic Alert, a blind spot monitor and VDIM, which co-ordinates performance of the ABS, brake assist, traction control vehicle stability control and electronic brakeforce distribution. All RC F models now come equipped with Lexus Safety System+, including a Pre-Collision System and Adaptive Cruise Control,