The latest teaser shot shows a fixed carbon fibre rear wing, but little else. Spy shots from earlier in the year add a little more detail, showing the RC F Track Edition’s reshaped front bumper, updated diffuser and deeper side-skirts.
The model is also likely to draw heavily from Lexus’ GT3 racecar, allowing the brand to filter its motorsport know-how into its road cars.
The new RC F Track Edition is likely to be the fruits of the RC-F GT concept that was first displayed at the 2016 Goodwood Festival of Speed.
The concept was over 360kg lighter than the regular RC F and, while it’s unlikely that we’ll see that level of weight reduction in the road car, we expect to see a stripped-out cabin, lightweight seats and liberal use of carbon fibre.
Under the bonnet the RC F Track Edition is expected to make use of Lexus’ 5.0-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine and eight-speed automatic gearbox. Power is likely to be in excess of the RC F’s 470bhp output.
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