Tag: Lexus LFA

Kia EV6, Lexus LF-Z, Genesis X Coupe, LFA VS Carrera GT V10 Sound-Off, AMG C63 Goes 4 Pot: Your Morning Brief

Good morning and welcome to our daily digest of automotive news from around the globe, starting with… Mercedes-AMG Hybrids To Have Up To 804 HP, Next C63 Confirmed With 640HP+ 2.0-Liter AMG has revealed some juicy technical details about its GT73 hybrid and also confirmed the next C63 will switch from V8 to hybrid-assisted four-cylinder […]

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V10 Sound Battle: Lexus LFA And Porsche Carrera GT Have An Epic Rev-Off

The Lexus LFA and Porsche Carrera GT are frequently mentioned among the best-sounding production cars ever conceived but which actually sounds better? This video put together by Supercar Driver reveals all. In one corner we have the Japanese samurai. Built by Lexus between December 2010 and December 2012, the LFA represented the absolute pinnacle of […]

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Lexus LFA And Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren 722 S Are So Different, Yet So Very Special

The Lexus LFA and Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren were two of the finest supercars launched in the 2000s and 2010s respectively, but which is quicker? To find out, Lovecars recently lined up the duo for a drag race. Only it was no regular SLR McLaren that was featured, but a 722 S Roadster. First, the figures. […]

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This Scion FR-S Clearly Wishes It Was A Lexus LFA Instead

<!––> <!––> Following the launch of the new Subaru BRZ, the world is waiting for the second-generation Toyota 86. Nevertheless, the outgoing model is still popular among enthusiasts and is extremely popular to modify. Evidently, the owner of this Scion FR-S (a rebadged 86) thought they’d take some inspiration from the Lexus LFA when transforming […]

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Watch The Lexus LFA Literally Blow 10 Candles Off Its Birthday Cake

Lexus is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the LFA, a spectacular supercar that entered limited production at the end of 2010. Nevertheless, while the Japanese exotic is officially 10 years old, its story began in the early 2000s as a research and development project, with chief engineer Harahiko Tanashi given free rein and the opportunity […]

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