Lexus RC-350 Model History
New and Used RC 350 Prices, Lexus RC 350 Model Years and History
All New and Used RC-350 Model Years and History
Unveiled as a production-ready concept car in 2013, the Lexus RC was quickly pressed into production by the premium vehicle company for the 2015 model year. Aside from the limited production LFA supercar, the RC was first two-door fixed roof coupe to wear the Lexus nameplate since the SC 300 and SC 400 were made in 2000. Introduced as the base version of the Lexus coupe, the RC 350 is a version propelled by a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that generates 306 horsepower. The 2+2 passenger sport coupe's power is channeled through an eight-speed automatic transmission available with rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive form. Supported by a sleek, rigid structure on the outside, the inside of the Lexus RC 350 includes eight airbags and a standard 10-speaker premium audio system. An RC 350 F-SPORT not only offers uniquely aggressive styling but presents some intriguing handling technology. Variable Gear Ratio Steering, Adaptive Variable Suspension and Rear-Wheel Steer. Initially the entry-level version of the Lexus sport coupe, the RC 200t replaced the RC 350 as a base model.