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News 2021 Lexus RC F And RC F Fuji Speedway Edition

2021 Lexus RC F And RC F Fuji Speedway Edition

The 2021 Lexus RC F gains a few features and a limited edition dedicated to speed


  • Only 60 Fuji Speedway Editions will be sold.

  • This edition features weight reduction and loads of carbon fibre.

  • Its 0-60 mph time if of 3.96 seconds.


The Lexus RC F coupe returns for the 2021 model with a few upgrades and more importantly, a hyper-focused Fuji Speedway Edition that went on a diet and gained copious amounts of delightful carbon fibre.

New included technologies for the 2021 RC F includes standard Blind Spot Monitor, heated electrochromic exterior mirrors, and a memory driver’s seat. Android Auto compatibility now makes an appearance with the standard multimedia infotainment system.

The RC F Fuji Speedway Edition is the result of Lexus engineers working with the RC F GT3 racing team which helped develop a complete set of carbon fibre aerodynamic add-ons including air exits through the fenders. Other standard features include Brembo Carbon Ceramic brakes and a titanium exhaust which must make the naturally-aspirated 472-horsepower 5.0-litre V8 sound glorious.

2021 Lexus RC F | Photo: Lexus

Only 60 units of the Fuji Speedway Edition will be made and sold. All will be offered in either Arctic Blast Satin or Cloudburst Gray. The cabins will be decorated with Circuit Red leather-trimmed seats with Alcantara accents and red carbon fibre ornamentation.

Finally, all buyers will also receive a limited production MSTR automatic movement watch with RC F-inspired elements.

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