After testing the McLaren 570S and the BMW M2 in a partnership with Goodwood Road & Racing, Ben Collins has stepped inside the Lexus LFA, to give his thoughts on the ultimate Japanese exotic.
With its production stopped in 2012, after just two years of assembly, the LFA is one of the best supercars of our time.
However, the class has since exploded and reached new heights, so Collins has some tough questions to answer.
Trying to figure it out if some of the LFA’s DNA was passed on to other high-performance models in the brand’s lineup, the former Stig has also taken the keys to the RC F Carbon and GS F sedan to review them in a tire-shredding way that might make some of you turn up the volume.
A successor to Lexus’ supercar is said to be three years away, and it will reportedly debut at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2019. If the latest info turns out to be accurate, then we expect it to use a hybrid powertrain, comprising of a 3.7-liter V8 and an electric motor for a combined output close to 800 HP.