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.

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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