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Sports Driving Position

From a low sports driving position, you'll really feel the road surface beneath you and sense how the car responds to the slightest steering input.

Smart Entry

Approach the RC with the key in your pocket and both door handles gently illuminate to greet you, unlocking when touched. Beautifully sculpted, they have no keyhole, a world-first for this kind of door handle.


A practical 60:40 split folding rear seat comes standard on RC models. Offering the convenience of an estate car, but with the grace and refinement of a sports coupé, when the rear seats folded down there’s room to carry bulkier objects.

Famously accredited for it’s ‘smooth hybrid powertrain’ by numerous online motoring critiques including WhatCar?, the RC 300h offers the driver the choice between low-speed, relaxed hybrid driving or kicking the engine into gear and experiencing the thrill of high-speed acceleration. 

Beneath this sloping bonnet, in addition to the 2.5-litre petrol engine and hybrid system, lies a D-4S direct injection and dual VVT-i valve control. Not forgetting the extremely efficient ‘Atkinson Cycle’ 4-cyclinder engine, which reacts to Start/Stop technology.
Some believe the RC 300h to be the most alluring luxury Sports Coupé on the market, but one thing is for sure - this RC has reinvented the future of hybrid driving, as the world’s first luxury Sports Coupé to feature a full hybrid drivetrain. Developed on the Nürburgring racetrack but intended for everyday driving in built-up or fast moving traffic, the RC 300h features both a pioneering Full Hybrid Drive powertrain and an E-CVT automatic transmission.

Above all, you can expect a truly unforgettable driving experience, with low running costs and an extremely impressive fuel economy assured.