The Lexus GS F and RC F limited editions have been revealed at the Tokyo motor show this week, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Japanese marque's 'F' performance division.
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Due to arrive Down Under in the second half of 2018, the GS F and RC F feature numerous cosmetic and equipment enhancements over their 'standard' counterparts.

Highlights include a special 'Heat Blue' interior colour, matte-grey exterior finish, and front performance dampers for "improved body rigidity and steering stability".

Above, Top: Lexus GS F limited edition

There are no details of engine upgrades, so it appears both cars will carryover the 351kW/530Nm 5.0-litre naturally-aspirated V8 from their series-production counterparts, which propels the GS F from 0-100km/h in 4.6 seconds, while the RC F is fractionally quicker at 4.5 seconds.

Volume for our market is to be confirmed, but the company's local arm plans to sell "just" 50 units of each model line.

Above: Lexus RC F limited edition

"These two special versions of our acclaimed RC F coupe and GS F sedan will heighten the performance aura around the Lexus brand with their unique styling, performance features and exclusivity," said Peter McGregor, Lexus Australia's chief.

Lexus's RC F and GS F are the third and fourth models to wear the 'F' badge, following the 2008 IS F sedan, and the LFA supercar in 2011.

Stay tuned to CarAdvice for an update with local pricing closer to launch.

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