Since the Lexus RC-F Coupe is the BMW M4`s strongest rival this year, I have decided to put both cars on a short performance test to see if the competition might be so tough.
Let`s have a look under the hood of both cars and see the power inside.
BMW M4 comes with a bi-turbo inline six-cylinder engine, developing a pretty good 425 horsepower and 406 lb-ft.
On the other side, Lexus RC-F Coupe counter-attacks with a higher power 5-liter V8, with 480 horsepower and 7300 rpm. The torque of the car will be announced at the Detroit Auto Show. The RC-F Coupe will come with an 8 speed-sport direct shift transmission.
The M4 sports a standard six-speed transmission connected to a carbon-fiber reinforced plastic (CFRP) driveshaft and a mechanical limited-slip differential.
Inside, the M4 has fine touches, sills on the footrest and the doors, with circular instruments and color-contrast stitching.
On the other hand, the Lexus RC-F Coupe resembles the present 2014 IS, but with extra features like performance bucket front seats, reconfigurable gauge cluster and smaller steering-wheel.
What do you think guys? Which one is best fit for you?