In addition to the V-8-powered RC F, the touchscreen is now available on the RC300 and RC350 coupes.
Lexus isn't quite ready to redesign the aging RC coupe, but for the 2023 model year, it is making some changes to the standard RC and performance RC F. Inside, the dashboard has been revised to accommodate a new touchscreen, which is the most significant change. Additionally, there are new colors, new appearance packages, and minor performance enhancements.
An F Sport Special Appearance package with a two-tone color scheme that pairs a gray body with a black roof and hood and 19-inch Enkei wheels is added to the standard RC, which is available in RC300 and RC350 configurations. The RC F Track Edition now comes in the exact same gray exterior color, Incognito. Additionally, Lexus claims that the Track Edition utilizes brand-new Hitachi shocks.
The fact that the display has advanced and can now be controlled as a touchscreen means that you won't have to rely as much on the fussy touchpad controller on the console, which is why we appreciate the updates to the RC's infotainment system. A 10.3-inch screen is an option, while an 8.0-inch screen is standard.
The RC300 with rear-wheel drive and a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine starts at $45,470. The RC350, which comes standard with the F Sport package and has a 3.5-liter V-6, costs $53,020. The raucous 5.0-liter V-8 engine in the RC F costs $67,845.