The muscle car racing variant will be unveiled next week in Geneva.
Lexus needs everybody to realize that it’s focused on motorsport with the uncover of this dark magnificence: the Lexus RC F GT3, which comes pressing a 5.4-liter V8 with more than 500 drive on tap, mated to a six-speed consecutive hustling transmission. The all-new car has been homologated for dashing by the FIA and will participate in competitions in the USA, Japan and crosswise over Europe. To keep the racer as light as could be expected under the circumstances, only 1,300 kg to be exact (or very nearly 500 kg lighter than the creation RC F), Lexus sprinkled carbon fiber all around.
The hood, guards, raise spoiler, rooftop, entryway boards, motor air-box and dash are altogether made of carbon-fiber. Furthermore, with its hammered, Liberty Walk style position, huge grille and larger than usual back wing, all wrapped up in killed out body work, the RCF GT3 looks prepared to make its blemish on the hustling scene this year. In the US, the 3GT Racing group will run two of these in the GTD class of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship Series.
Two more will challenge the GT300 class of the Super GT Series with the LM corsa group in Japan. What’s more, in Europe, Farnbacher Racing and Emil Frey Racing will contend at select GT3 dashing occasions, having worked with the model vehicle a year ago in the VLN Endurance arrangement.
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