CARS.COM — Lexus’ aggressively styled RC coupe debuted for 2015 with a 306-horsepower, 3.5-liter V-6 engine and a choice of rear- or all-wheel drive. It’s one of four coupe versions of the RC and second to the V-8-powered RC F, which amps things up with 467 hp and other sport-inspired extras. The range also includes the RC 200t and RC 300.
For 2017, the RC 350 doesn’t change much: The base grille has a new black finish and the rear-drive version now uses Yamaha performance shocks. Triple-beam LED headlights are also newly available. Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek says less is more with the 2017 RC 350, “which provides a more enjoyable stroll through the countryside when you don’t add the optional F Sport Package and navigation system.” Click here for the full review and check out the gallery above.