The Lexus RC has lots of room for the driver and front-seat passenger, but the boot isn’t great, and space in the rear seat is tight
Anyone sitting in the front of the Lexus will enjoy plenty of room in their leather-wrapped chairs. Those in the back, however, won’t be so fortunate because the swooping roofline means there is little headroom for adults. Rear legroom also suffers badly if the front seats are occupied by someone taller than six foot.
Storage areas fall behind rivals – the door pockets are small and the divider in the glovebox takes up most of the space inside. However, those are small problems when the whole interior looks so stylish.
In the RC, it's a case of the Haves and the Have nots. If you're in the front, you have lots of space; if you're in the back, you haven't
The Lexus’ 366-litre boot is smaller than that in the BMW 4 Series (445 litres) and Mercedes C-Class coupe (400 litres), plus the boot’s high lip coupled with the small opening doesn’t make it particularly easy to load – something that’s arguably the price you pay for those sharp looks.