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Lexus RC F 2020

Track

5.0

(18 trips)

Trip start

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Distance included

Day

300 mi

Week

2100 mi

Month

9000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers


20 MPG

Gas

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Archie

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Archie
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Description

2020 RCF TRACK EDITION 1 OF 50 IN THE UNITED STATES 5.0 LITER V8 472 HORSEPOWER TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER HOOD TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER REAR WING TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER FRONT LIP SPOILER TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER REAR DIFFUSER TRACK EDITION FULL TITANIUM QUAD EXHAUST CARBON CERAMICS BRAKES WITH RED CALIPERS 19INCH LIGHT WEIGHT BBS WHEELS MICHELIN PILOT 4S TIRES TRIPLE LED HEADLIGHTS APPLE CAR PLAY COMPATIBLE Refreshed and Redefined – The 2020 Lexus RC F The 2020 Lexus RC F coupe incorporates a wide range of changes that result in improved performance and a more refined appearance. Although not a full redesign, the engineers for the RC F seized the opportunity to expand its performance envelope without sacrificing day-to-day drivability. At the same time, the design team incorporated elements from both the RC F GT3 and RC F GT500 race cars to improve the RC F’s aerodynamics and resculpt its aggressive lines. Precise Targets for Weight Reduction One of the first targets for the engineering team was reducing weight without compromising the coupe’s sense of refinement and solidity. A more specific objective was to take weight out of the car at its extremes, as even the most modest changes at the front and rear of the car result in significant reductions in rotational inertia. Numerous components under the hood were scrutinized for weight reduction before the engineers chose the intake manifold as one key focus given its location at the top of the engine. An updated machining process was developed that removes 700 grams of excess aluminum on the underside of the manifold without altering its airflow characteristics. Other weight saving measures under the hood include the use of a smaller compressor for the air conditioning system and newly designed aluminum spring support brackets that save an additional 700 grams of weight compared to the previous steel part. In order the construct the two-piece bracket, a TOX® connection is used to join the two aluminum sections, a process that produces a tight joint without applying heat. TOX fittings have previously been used to join aluminum body parts, but this is the first time Lexus has used the joining technology on a suspension component. At the rear, a redesigned bumper reinforcement was developed that combines carbon fiber and aluminum to produce an equally strong, yet lighter (-500g) support piece. By bonding the carbon fiber to the extruded aluminum structure, the overall yield stress is increased while at the same time allowing the use of thinner aluminum. The carbon fiber section is produced in-house on the same production line that provided CFRP for the LFA supercar. Additional weight at the rear was taken out through the use of hollow half shafts in place of the previous solid shafts which shaves another 4 pounds with no reduction in shaft strength. Small Chassis Changes Yield Significant Results To capitalize on the reduced weight, the engineers also retuned the chassis with very precise changes that work together to give the car a more responsive feel. One example is the revised steering rack mounting bushings. In a typical high g load cornering situation, deflection of these bushings has the potential to throw off the toe settings of the front wheels and cause understeer. To reduce this effect, the engineers have increased the bushing stiffness by 150% compared to the previous RC F, a change that improves both the initial steering response and overall road feel. A similar change was instituted at the rear of the car through the use of stiffer subframe bushings to reduce deflection under high g loads that can alter the camber angle of the rear wheels and produce understeer. Greater control of the rear wheel toe angles is achieved with a new aluminum bracket that takes the place of the previous steel part while shedding 500g of weight. Careful attention was paid to the aluminum part’s diecast construction to give the bracket added stiffness despite its lighter weight. Although it’s not part of the suspension, the rear engine mount was also redesigned to eliminate any sensation that the engine is “lagging behind” the chassis during aggressive changes in direction. The new mount actually reduces the stiffness of the rubber itself, but increases the overall control through the use of a wider, more stable design. All 2020 RC F models connect to the road through Michelin® Pilot Sport 4 S tires sized 255/35R19 in front and 275/35R19 in the rear. They are some of the most sophisticated performance tires ever produced by Michelin, and in this case, they are specifically tuned for the RC F to increase overall grip and reduce understeer. Compared to the standard Pilot Sport 4 S tires, the RC F’s design is differentiated by a revised shoulder profile, extended bead and trapezoidal shape. The grooves in the tire also have a different shape, depth and location compared to the off-the-shelf Pilot Sport 4 S. Another departure for the RC F spec tire is an increased level of dry grip thanks to revised silica content levels at the outside edges of the tread. A Unique V8 Gets Even Better Boasting one of the last naturally aspirated V8s available in a luxury coupe, the RC F has a unique sound and feel that few of its competitors can replicate. Now rated at 472 horsepower (+5) at 7,100 rpm and 395 pound-feet of torque (+6) at 4,800 rpm, the 5.0-liter V8 (2UR-GSE) is a core element of the RC F’s personality. With that in mind, the engineering team focused on small, yet meaningful changes that add character and refinement without detracting from the visceral connection to the high revving V8. To enhance throttle response, a redesigned airbox employs three notable changes compared to the previous RC F. One upgrade is the installation of aero stabilization fins inside the main piping to reduce friction induction pressure loss that can result in less accurate readings by the mass air flow sensor. These small fins help to reduce the boundary layer that forms when fast moving air is moving through the inside of the air cleaner duct. By reducing the boundary layer, the fins effectively increase the volume of the intake path and reduce velocity changes that can cause less accurate sensor readings. A new design for the hydrocarbon filter that resides in the airbox is another update to the RC F’s intake system. Smaller and less restrictive than before, the updated HC filer further contributes to smoother airflow throughout the system. Yet another change is the point at which the secondary port on the air intake opens. In the previous RC F, it didn’t open until the engine hit 3,600 rpm, but in the 2020 model, the threshold has been reduced to 2,800 rpm for enhanced engine sound and better low-speed drivability. In addition to refining the precision of the throttle response, further attention was dedicated to the programming of throttle curve itself which is now more linear than the previous model. The first-generation RC F had throttle tuning that was designed to deliver a quick response from a short pedal stroke to emphasize its powerful feel. For the 2020 RC F, the throttle tuning is more balanced throughout the pedal stroke for greater predictability and more precise control. Complimenting the revised throttle mapping is a higher final drive ratio that keeps the engine in the heart of its powerband. Moving from a 2.97 rear end gear to a 3.13 ratio gave the engineers the leeway to relax the throttle curve without giving up the sense of immediacy in the previous setup. For the ultimate in standing start acceleration, the RC F now includes electronic launch control as standard that deliver an estimated 0-to-60 mph time of just 4.2 seconds. With a push of the button on the console, the system automatically adjusts the traction and throttle control for maximum acceleration from a stop. All the driver has to do is press and hold the brake pedal, engage the system, floor the accelerator to bring up the engine speed and release the brake. Form and Function in Equal Measure A strong, distinctive design from the start, the freshened RC F gets subtle, evolutionary changes that emphasize “race bred functionality” while remaining fully integrated with the latest Lexus design direction. Up front, the revised air intakes on each side are larger and are designed to funnel more air to the oil coolers than before. Along the side, a new concave design at the end of the rocker panel not only adds a new character line, it helps smooth airflow past the rear tires while extended side splitters are designed to enhance high-speed stability. Visual changes include newly optional LED headlights shared with the LC coupe and integrated daytime running lights that together provide excellent visibility along with a memorable light signature. The shape of the RC F’s grille has been altered by adding a lower lip opening that stretches across the bottom to create a visually shorter front fascia. At the rear of the car, new taillights integrate neatly into a reshaped bumper to give the RC F a cleaner, more chiseled appearance. Removing Weight Where It Counts Like the standard model, weight reduction was a key area of focus for the Track Edition. With a total curb weight of 3,781 pounds, the Track Edition weighs 176 pounds less than the previous RC F. Combined that with the 472 hp V8, and the Track Edition has the best power-to-weight ratio (8.01:1) in its class.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Keyless entry

USB charger

USB input

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(14 ratings)

Reviews

Nicholas T.

Nicholas

Archie was very responsive, accommodating and understanding. The RcF was sparkly clean and in perfect condition. It ran extremely well with good tires. Highly recommend his service and the car. Thank you

Jesse R.

Jesse

Fantastic vehicle! Handles very good and very comfortable. I’m glad I tried it and awesome host!

Anthony E.

Anthony

Beautiful car

Andy H.

Andy

Everything was great.

Michael G.

Michael

Archie was great to work with and very prompt and his experience shows. I would absolutely book him again.

Pickup at car location

Los Angeles, CA 91405
Free

Pickup locations

Bob Hope Airport
$120.00
Los Angeles International Airport
$120.00
Van Nuys Airport
$120.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 25 miles
$120

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 6 days or longer


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Lexus RC F 2020

Track

5.0

(18 trips)

20 MPG

Gas

2 doors

4 seats

Hosted by

Archie

5.0

Archie
All-Star Host
1,332 tripsJoined

Typically responds in 1 minute

All-Star Hosts like Archie are the top-rated and most experienced hosts on Turo.

Description

2020 RCF TRACK EDITION 1 OF 50 IN THE UNITED STATES 5.0 LITER V8 472 HORSEPOWER TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER HOOD TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER REAR WING TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER FRONT LIP SPOILER TRACK EDITION CARBON FIBER REAR DIFFUSER TRACK EDITION FULL TITANIUM QUAD EXHAUST CARBON CERAMICS BRAKES WITH RED CALIPERS 19INCH LIGHT WEIGHT BBS WHEELS MICHELIN PILOT 4S TIRES TRIPLE LED HEADLIGHTS APPLE CAR PLAY COMPATIBLE Refreshed and Redefined – The 2020 Lexus RC F The 2020 Lexus RC F coupe incorporates a wide range of changes that result in improved performance and a more refined appearance. Although not a full redesign, the engineers for the RC F seized the opportunity to expand its performance envelope without sacrificing day-to-day drivability. At the same time, the design team incorporated elements from both the RC F GT3 and RC F GT500 race cars to improve the RC F’s aerodynamics and resculpt its aggressive lines. Precise Targets for Weight Reduction One of the first targets for the engineering team was reducing weight without compromising the coupe’s sense of refinement and solidity. A more specific objective was to take weight out of the car at its extremes, as even the most modest changes at the front and rear of the car result in significant reductions in rotational inertia. Numerous components under the hood were scrutinized for weight reduction before the engineers chose the intake manifold as one key focus given its location at the top of the engine. An updated machining process was developed that removes 700 grams of excess aluminum on the underside of the manifold without altering its airflow characteristics. Other weight saving measures under the hood include the use of a smaller compressor for the air conditioning system and newly designed aluminum spring support brackets that save an additional 700 grams of weight compared to the previous steel part. In order the construct the two-piece bracket, a TOX® connection is used to join the two aluminum sections, a process that produces a tight joint without applying heat. TOX fittings have previously been used to join aluminum body parts, but this is the first time Lexus has used the joining technology on a suspension component. At the rear, a redesigned bumper reinforcement was developed that combines carbon fiber and aluminum to produce an equally strong, yet lighter (-500g) support piece. By bonding the carbon fiber to the extruded aluminum structure, the overall yield stress is increased while at the same time allowing the use of thinner aluminum. The carbon fiber section is produced in-house on the same production line that provided CFRP for the LFA supercar. Additional weight at the rear was taken out through the use of hollow half shafts in place of the previous solid shafts which shaves another 4 pounds with no reduction in shaft strength. Small Chassis Changes Yield Significant Results To capitalize on the reduced weight, the engineers also retuned the chassis with very precise changes that work together to give the car a more responsive feel. One example is the revised steering rack mounting bushings. In a typical high g load cornering situation, deflection of these bushings has the potential to throw off the toe settings of the front wheels and cause understeer. To reduce this effect, the engineers have increased the bushing stiffness by 150% compared to the previous RC F, a change that improves both the initial steering response and overall road feel. A similar change was instituted at the rear of the car through the use of stiffer subframe bushings to reduce deflection under high g loads that can alter the camber angle of the rear wheels and produce understeer. Greater control of the rear wheel toe angles is achieved with a new aluminum bracket that takes the place of the previous steel part while shedding 500g of weight. Careful attention was paid to the aluminum part’s diecast construction to give the bracket added stiffness despite its lighter weight. Although it’s not part of the suspension, the rear engine mount was also redesigned to eliminate any sensation that the engine is “lagging behind” the chassis during aggressive changes in direction. The new mount actually reduces the stiffness of the rubber itself, but increases the overall control through the use of a wider, more stable design. All 2020 RC F models connect to the road through Michelin® Pilot Sport 4 S tires sized 255/35R19 in front and 275/35R19 in the rear. They are some of the most sophisticated performance tires ever produced by Michelin, and in this case, they are specifically tuned for the RC F to increase overall grip and reduce understeer. Compared to the standard Pilot Sport 4 S tires, the RC F’s design is differentiated by a revised shoulder profile, extended bead and trapezoidal shape. The grooves in the tire also have a different shape, depth and location compared to the off-the-shelf Pilot Sport 4 S. Another departure for the RC F spec tire is an increased level of dry grip thanks to revised silica content levels at the outside edges of the tread. A Unique V8 Gets Even Better Boasting one of the last naturally aspirated V8s available in a luxury coupe, the RC F has a unique sound and feel that few of its competitors can replicate. Now rated at 472 horsepower (+5) at 7,100 rpm and 395 pound-feet of torque (+6) at 4,800 rpm, the 5.0-liter V8 (2UR-GSE) is a core element of the RC F’s personality. With that in mind, the engineering team focused on small, yet meaningful changes that add character and refinement without detracting from the visceral connection to the high revving V8. To enhance throttle response, a redesigned airbox employs three notable changes compared to the previous RC F. One upgrade is the installation of aero stabilization fins inside the main piping to reduce friction induction pressure loss that can result in less accurate readings by the mass air flow sensor. These small fins help to reduce the boundary layer that forms when fast moving air is moving through the inside of the air cleaner duct. By reducing the boundary layer, the fins effectively increase the volume of the intake path and reduce velocity changes that can cause less accurate sensor readings. A new design for the hydrocarbon filter that resides in the airbox is another update to the RC F’s intake system. Smaller and less restrictive than before, the updated HC filer further contributes to smoother airflow throughout the system. Yet another change is the point at which the secondary port on the air intake opens. In the previous RC F, it didn’t open until the engine hit 3,600 rpm, but in the 2020 model, the threshold has been reduced to 2,800 rpm for enhanced engine sound and better low-speed drivability. In addition to refining the precision of the throttle response, further attention was dedicated to the programming of throttle curve itself which is now more linear than the previous model. The first-generation RC F had throttle tuning that was designed to deliver a quick response from a short pedal stroke to emphasize its powerful feel. For the 2020 RC F, the throttle tuning is more balanced throughout the pedal stroke for greater predictability and more precise control. Complimenting the revised throttle mapping is a higher final drive ratio that keeps the engine in the heart of its powerband. Moving from a 2.97 rear end gear to a 3.13 ratio gave the engineers the leeway to relax the throttle curve without giving up the sense of immediacy in the previous setup. For the ultimate in standing start acceleration, the RC F now includes electronic launch control as standard that deliver an estimated 0-to-60 mph time of just 4.2 seconds. With a push of the button on the console, the system automatically adjusts the traction and throttle control for maximum acceleration from a stop. All the driver has to do is press and hold the brake pedal, engage the system, floor the accelerator to bring up the engine speed and release the brake. Form and Function in Equal Measure A strong, distinctive design from the start, the freshened RC F gets subtle, evolutionary changes that emphasize “race bred functionality” while remaining fully integrated with the latest Lexus design direction. Up front, the revised air intakes on each side are larger and are designed to funnel more air to the oil coolers than before. Along the side, a new concave design at the end of the rocker panel not only adds a new character line, it helps smooth airflow past the rear tires while extended side splitters are designed to enhance high-speed stability. Visual changes include newly optional LED headlights shared with the LC coupe and integrated daytime running lights that together provide excellent visibility along with a memorable light signature. The shape of the RC F’s grille has been altered by adding a lower lip opening that stretches across the bottom to create a visually shorter front fascia. At the rear of the car, new taillights integrate neatly into a reshaped bumper to give the RC F a cleaner, more chiseled appearance. Removing Weight Where It Counts Like the standard model, weight reduction was a key area of focus for the Track Edition. With a total curb weight of 3,781 pounds, the Track Edition weighs 176 pounds less than the previous RC F. Combined that with the 472 hp V8, and the Track Edition has the best power-to-weight ratio (8.01:1) in its class.

Deluxe class

This exclusive car has additional safety checks for guests under 30.

Features

Must be 25+ to book

Automatic transmission

Apple CarPlay

AUX input

Backup camera

Blind spot warning

Bluetooth

GPS

Keyless entry

USB charger

USB input

Apple CarPlay is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. 

Ratings and reviews

5.0

(14 ratings)

Reviews

Nicholas T.

Nicholas

Archie was very responsive, accommodating and understanding. The RcF was sparkly clean and in perfect condition. It ran extremely well with good tires. Highly recommend his service and the car. Thank you

Jesse R.

Jesse

Fantastic vehicle! Handles very good and very comfortable. I’m glad I tried it and awesome host!

Anthony E.

Anthony

Beautiful car

Andy H.

Andy

Everything was great.

Michael G.

Michael

Archie was great to work with and very prompt and his experience shows. I would absolutely book him again.


Trip start

Trip end

Unlock from the app with Turo Go

Distance included

Day

300 mi

Week

2100 mi

Month

9000 mi


Insurance & Protection

Insurance via Travelers



Cancellation policy

Pickup at car location

Los Angeles, CA 91405
Free

Pickup locations

Bob Hope Airport
$120.00
Los Angeles International Airport
$120.00
Van Nuys Airport
$120.00

Bring the car to me

Up to 25 miles
$120

Free delivery to select locations for trips of 6 days or longer

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