Lexus Brings 650 RC F Sport Black Line Special Editions To The U.S.

Following the launch in Europe, Lexus is bringing the Black Line Special Edition of the RC Coupe in the US market.

The Black Line limited-run appearance package will be available on all RC 300 and RC 350 F Sport models, giving customers the option between two exterior paint colors: Caviar and Atomic Silver.

The gloss exterior paint color will be matched by a set of matte black wheels and orange or black brake calipers. Instead of the standard chrome trim, the new Black Line edition models will also feature black chrome accents around the grille and windows.

The revisions continue inside, with orange stitching throughout the interior and an exclusive wood-trimmed steering wheel that features shades of black, created by an experienced Japanese calligraphy shop.

All Black Line models will be equipped with the Navigation + Mark Levinson Audio Package, Intuitive Parking Assist, Moonroof and Triple Beam LED headlamps.

The new special edition will be available on all four versions of the RC Coupe. This includes the base RC 300, the RC 300 AWD, the RC 350 and the RC 350 AWD. Prices kick off from $51,730 for the RC 300 version and reach up to $56,120 for the RC350 AWD.

Lexus will sell just 650 units of the new RC Coupe Black Line Edition when it’ll become available this spring on dealers nationwide. The new special model will make its debut at the New York Auto Show, next to the brand new 2019 Lexus UX compact crossover.

  • Thank God you guys didn’t use that M word to describe black out trim.

    And yeah still look like any other RC F to me.

    • AJ Mieskolainen

      I like the black out trim. Give’s it the “murdered-out” look.

    • Six_Tymes

      just give them time, they will, sadly

  • Six_Tymes

    If its Black then why offer Silver? Isn’t that part of the Silver line?

  • Infinite1

    That should just be offered as an option to any model. Not everyone likes chrome

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