A series of improvements has been rolled out across the Lexus IS range, and the halo model IS-F gets a Torsen limited slip diff. Despite the fact that the 417bhp 5-litre V8 remains unchanged, the revised car gets around the Fuji International Speedway 2sec a lap quicker than the previous car according to Lexus’s own figures. Lesser cars in the range can get the IS-F look with a new range of F-Sport packages, which are similar to Audi’s S-Line accessories. Upgrades include bodykits, interior upgrades and 18in alloy wheels.
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