Lexus Is Rumored To Bring An LC With 600 Horsepower
Rumors have been going around lately that Lexus may be bringing an LC F with 600 horsepower to the market. Accordingly, the 600 horsepower LC F will make an appearance at the upcoming 2017 Tokyo Auto Show that will be taking place in October.
The 600 Horsepower Lexus LC F
According to Car and Driver, the current Lexus LC500 is the brand's flagship in the high-performance segment. However, it appears that the automaker is currently developing an upgraded version of the high-performance LC500. It was mentioned that this LC F is set to make an appearance at the Tokyo Auto Show later this year and it will feature a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V8 that delivers 600 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque.
A Closer Look At The 600 Horsepower LC F
Motor Authority reported that aside from the powerful engine that cranks up 600 horsepower, the upcoming Lexus LC F will also make use of a 10-speed automatic transmission to deliver the power. In addition, the upcoming Lexus LC F will be fitted with a track-tuned suspension system along with high-performance brakes.
It was also mentioned that the 600 horsepower LC will also be fitted with an aggressive body kit that comprises of air ducts for brake cooling, hood vents, a fixed rear wing, side and rear air vents and a mean-looking front splitter. Other features include a set of 20-inch wheels mated with high-performance tires to keep the upcoming LC F grounded. Finally, it is expected that the Lexus LC F will arrive with less weight and more carbon fiber materials.
A Lexus LC To Look Forward To
Given the fact that the upcoming 600 horsepower Lexus LC F is still a few months away from its debut, those that are looking forward to it will have to patiently wait for its arrival. Given its promise of a lot of power, however, the upcoming Lexus LC will most certainly be worth the wait.
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