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IS F Model Details

ISF 2013


Under the hood of the racetrack-inspired IS F, a 416-horsepower [1], 5.0-liter V8 engine with dual Variable Valve Timing with intelligence and Electronic intake valve timing (VVT-iE), coupled with eight-speed Sport Direct-Shift automatic transmission, offers acceleration from 0 to 60 in just 4.6 seconds [1] [2] and a top track speed of 170 mph [1] [2].

Specially designed Brembo® brakes [3] provide unparalleled braking power for the IS F. Revisions made to the handling dynamics and suspension tuning help improve maneuverability and control. Steering-wheel-mounted paddle shifters and high styling on the interior and exterior complete the high-performance feel.

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[1]Ratings achieved using the required premium unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 91 or higher. If premium fuel is not used, performance will decrease. [2]Performance figures are for comparison only and were obtained with prototype vehicles by professional drivers using special safety equipment and procedures. Do not attempt. [3]High-friction brakes are standard equipment for the front brakes only and require periodic inspection and measurement as outlined in the Warranty and Services Guide. The pads and rotors are expected to experience greater wear than conventional brakes. Pad life may be less than 20,000 miles, and brake rotor life may be less than 50,000 miles depending on driving conditions. Back to top