Lexus IS F CCS-R, directly to Pikes Peak

The Japanese automaker Lexus has announced it will compete in July at the legendary climb to Pikes Peak, which this year celebrates its ninetieth edition. Lexus used to do a modified version of the Lexus IS-F Lexus IS F called CCS-R.

The Lexus IS F CCS-R benefits from a number of changes that improve performance and make you lose on the road 314 pounds, with respect to the IS-F standard. The blame for this thinning, leaving the total weight of 1,400 kilograms, have a carbon fiber body and polycarbonate windows, among other things.

Under the hood lies the same 5.0-liter V8 version with 423 standard horsepower at 6,600 rpm and maximum torque of 505 Nm. The Japanese V8 combined with a transmission Sport Direct Shift eight-speed paddle shifters that equips behind the wheel.

Among the changes in today’s world of competition we find a reinforced structure with safety roll cage, racing brake system, modified suspensions, racing exhaust, a fuel tank of 120 liters, automatic fire suppression and support seats Hans system.

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