2021 Lexus LC F
Lexus is currently working on a hot, probably the hottest model ever. Our photographers caught a model of what seems the 2021 Lexus LC F. The sweet high-performance LC model remains in its starting phase of advancement, so it’s still far from the automaker’s production lines. Unofficially, the remarkable coupe will not be all set before the end of 2020, which is an extended period to wait on the car with the output that has been rumored to be north of 600 horsepower.
2021 Lexus LC F Engine
While the regular LC model sports a powerful V8 with 471 horsepower, the more powerful variation of the sexy coupe will own mightier twin-turbo mill with over 600 hp. It’ still unclear how much exactly the 4.0-liter twin-turbo is going to begin, though it’s rather clear that there will be a lot of power to burn tires. The magnificent engine will send power to wheels via a smooth 10-automatic transmission.
2021 Lexus LC F Design
Of course, the 2021 Lexus LC F will sport a special, track-tuned suspension system and husky brakes that will be found in a set with light-weight alloy wheels. This specific testing prototype uses the same wheels as the LFA supercar, but that will not be necessary the case with the production version of the beautiful coupe. The current reports claim that the car is going to count on a lightened torque-vectoring differential that’s going to cooperate with the Lexus’ Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management system.
As far as we might discover, the high-performance model will utilize more carbon and other light-weight materials to cut as much weight as possible. Styling-wise, the 2021 LC F sports a four-pipe exhaust and a new diffuser in the back. Upfront, the coupe is most likely getting a more aggressive splitter and extra air intakes to cool off the mighty beast beneath the hood. Yes, this one will sport optimized airflow via hood and fender ventilation.
2021 Lexus LC F Price
Taking into consideration how expensive devices and tech the powerful car is going to feature, a cost of around $200,000 would not be any surprise at all.