Is the Lexus RC300 F Sport too beautiful for its own good?
It’s hard to remember the last car I drove that attracted as much attention as this 2021 Lexus RC300 F Sport.
The thing about the RC300 is it looks quite a bit more expensive than the $75,736 price tag (plus on-road costs) you’ll need in order to secure one from your local Lexus dealership – particularly since its facelift a few years back. It’s an admirable trait considering the vehicle was first unveiled in 2013.
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