The RC F Track Edition is not new news, it debuted a year ago and people really liked it so far. But, is it good? I'm no expert car journalist so I'll try my best. The RC F Track Edition starts at $96k and honestly, it sounds like too much. 0-60 is 3.96 and 177 pounds lighter than the original RC F. Has 472 horsepower and 395 lb-ft of torque, and has a weight of 3,782 lbs.
For 100k? That's a little too much. Now, let's compare it to a similar car with a V8, costs 100k, and is made for the track (sort of). The new 2020 Shelby GT500. Like I said, it has a 5.2L supercharged V8 producing 760 hp and 625 lb-ft of torque. Now that's better for $100k. But, if you want to shrink the horsepower, than the GT Mustang is for you. It cost $44k (36k base GT model) and has 460 hp and 420 lb-ft of torque. It has less horsepower but more torque. It also weighs less, 3,705 lbs to be exact. Plus, with the new PP2 it can probably handle as well as the RC F Track Edition. Plus, 0-60 is also under 4 seconds. Honestly, I have never droven both of these cars, so I based this on absolutly nothing, I have no idea how they go on a track, and I have never seen them in person. This article is just to show if the Japanese Lexus RC F Track Edition is worth the money. So in my opinion, the RC F Track Edition is not worth the money.