To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the F performance line, Lexus has launched limited editions of the RC F and GS F.
Both cars get a Fuji Graphite matte exterior colour that extends to the door handles, mirror housings, side skirts and shark fin antenna.
For some contrast, each comes standard with polished black 19-inch alloy wheels and a set of F branded blue brake calipers.
There’s some carbon-fibre garnish with the RC F getting a carbon-fibre roof and active rear wing, while the GS F features a carbon-fibre lower grille surround and rear lip spoiler.
For some additional driving enjoyment, Lexus has fitted front performance dampers to improve body rigidity and steering stability.
Moving to the cabin, the front seats are trimmed in vivid blue semi-aniline leather with white accents and the F logo embossed in the integrated headrests. The steering wheel, gear-shift knob, instrument panel, centre console and seatbelts are also covered in blue leather.
Strangely, the blue theme isn’t carried into the rear, the rear seats remain covered in black leather.
The surround for the window controls on the door armrests is finished in a blue, black and silver carbon-fibre weave with a metal plaque signifying each car’s limited edition status.
Both cars are powered by a 5.0-litre naturally-aspirated V8 developing 351kW and 530Nm. Drive is sent to the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The limited edition RC F coupe is priced from $151,929 plus on-road costs, while the GS F sedan starts at $155,940 plus on-roads.
The limited-edition models will be in showrooms from September 5.
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