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Lexus RC F joins NSW Police Force


The New South Wales Police Force has added a potent new weapon to its arsenal – a 5.0-litre V8-powered Lexus RC F coupe.

The RC F will be a multi-purpose vehicle for the NSW Police, playing an active role in roadside campaigns to promote road safety while also featuring as a static display at community engagement activities such as the MS Sydney to the Gong bike ride.

It will also appear at motorsport events including the Bathurst Six Hour during Easter as a race control vehicle, opening and closing the circuit before and after races.


The coupe will operate in the NSW Police’s Southern Region, which is based in Wollongong and takes in a vast area from Deniliquin Local Area Command in the west to Goulburn and Griffith at its northernmost points.

Lexus Australia chief executive Peter McGregor said there would be significant benefit from providing the vehicle to the NSW Police.

“It gives us great pleasure to provide the NSW Police with a stunning RC F coupe to assist them with their important task of promoting safety on our roads – a critical issue for all road users as we enter the colder months of the year,” Mr McGregor said.

“We are also confident the public will enjoy interacting with the RC F when it is on display at the events, providing a visual statement with its arresting styling package and an audible thrill thanks to its high output V8 engine.”


Inspector Jim Fryday of the NSW Police’s Southern Region said the RC F would be an ideal addition to the force’s busy events schedule.

“The RC F will be a major help in our efforts to engage with the public at major gatherings around the state,” Inspector Fryday said.

“There will be further opportunities at motorsport events to communicate our message to race fans while showing off the RC F in a very appropriate setting.”

The RC F is powered by a normally aspirated 5.0-litre V8 engine producing 351kW and 530Nm and drives the rear wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission. It features an adjustable torque vectoring differential that optimally distributes torque to each rear wheel.

The RC F provides focused handling thanks to a stiff chassis and racetrack developed suspension, featuring ZF Sachs monotube shock absorbers. It also has a Brembo brake package for optimum stopping power.

The high performance mechanical package combines with an aggressive, aerodynamic styling package and cockpit-like interior that features competition-inspired high back sports seats, steering wheel, pedals and instrument meters.

Read ForceGT’s Lexus RC F Review


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