Lexus Coupe 2020 Ratings – lexus coupe 2020
Thanks in allotment to its decade-long evolution period, the Lexus LFA was an awfully big-ticket car to produce. Even at its ample sticker amount of $375,000, Lexus absent money on every LFA sold. But hey, acceptable things appear from those who pay. (That is the saying, right?)
But could Lexus accomplish the aforementioned aberration again, if it chose to dive aback into the supercar market?
When asked by Autocar whether or not his aggregation would like to do it all afresh with an LFA successor, Lexus admiral Yoshihiro Sawa responded with both abandon of his brain, about saying, “Sure, but allegedly not appropriate now”—presumably to the abatement of his accountants.
“I absolutely appetite to do an LFA successor, and it is important to accept dreams, but for now it is a actual complicated situation,” said Sawa. “It’s a actual difficult catechism to acknowledgment as I would like to do it, but we accept added priorities for now.” Those priorities allegedly accommodate the accessible UX bunched crossover and a three-row, Range Rover-baiting RX. (You’re killing us, man.)
Featuring a monstrously atmospheric, 552-hp, 4.8-liter V-10, the Lexus LFA howled its way to 60 mph in 3.6 abnormal and topped out at 202 mph. Nowadays, the LFA’s old bulb in Motomachi is actuality acclimated to accumulate the conspicuously appealing LC coupe. While it’s been eight years (almost to the day) back the production-spec LFA aboriginal alien itself, we brainstorm a modern-day LFA 2.0 would affection electrification and a abundant added arresting predator grille. Which sounds…pretty abuse alluring.