Lexus presented in Paris both the NX and the RC F. The NX features a big grille and LED day lights front and rear. It stands on 17 inch rims (18 inches on the F Sport version) and the interior features a combination of hard and soft materials and metal surfaces.
It features a wireless charging system, heads-up display, upgraded Lexus Remote Touch Interface with touchpad and an information screen that shows the values recorded by accelerometer. The F SPORT edition features a new front bumper, new grille, black mirrors, new wheels, sport seats, a redesigned instrument panel and a steering wheel with paddles.
It has a length of 4.630 mm, width of 1.845 mm, height of 1.645 mm and a wheelbase of 2.660 mm. It will be available with a naturally aspirated engine on the NX 200 version, a two-liter turbo on the NX 200t version, producing 235 hp with 349 Nm of torque and a hybrid set on the NX 300h version, which consists of a 2.5-liter Atkinson engine and an electric motor, of overall efficiency of 194 hp. All three engines send the power to the front axle, the four-wheel drive system is located in additional equipment.
The RC F Coupe is characterized as the most powerful V8 performance car, ever built by the Japanese brand. It is equipped with a 5 liter V8 engine producing 460 hp, allowing the car to do the 0-100 km/h in 4.5 seconds, before reaching its top speed of 300 km/h. It features an aerodynamic body kit, ventilated hood and 19 inch alloy wheels, available in three designs. The interior features luxury leather sports seats, new instrument panel, new decorations, new steering wheel with paddles as well as aluminum pedals with various carbon and silver details.