Lexus Teases New F Model

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With the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show behind us, automakers are already dropping hints about the next big gig, Detroit's North American International Auto Show in January. Lexus is planning to unwrap an F-badged performance car, but that's where the information ends.

The automaker calls the new F model an "all-new performance model engineered from scratch." Check out the teaser photo above and check back with us closer to the Detroit auto show; the first press day is Jan. 13. 

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By Jennifer Geiger | December 9, 2013 | Comments (4)

Comments 

TH

RC-F ? Looks like a possible winning replacement of the Supra under the Lexus Brand... and hopefully not another wanna be F-Sport version...and not overpriced like the LFA

Peter

"...and not overpriced like the LFA".

Halo cars are only overpriced to those who can't afford one.

TH

True, I cannot afford one, but still... a 350'000+ USD car from Lexus (in a rather European territory) that takes a few seconds to catch up with its homey GT-R on straight line even when Lexus declares to be selling them at a loss?? I maintain my reservations on its legitimacy... and I hope this one will score better than the IS-F which still could not beat the M3 at its level

Elliott

From the look of the distance between the bumber and the door, I am guessing it would be the RC F-sport or the IS-F.

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