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Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Lexus LFA successor would be turn into full electrified supercar

~NEXT EV~ Recently We've found a series of images related to the forerunner successor Lexus LFA supercar appeared in cyberspace which are then predicted to be released soon, and reportedly, this model will later carry a full electric propulsion system.
Here's the Lexus LFA successor seems to be on the horizon, it'll likely be called the Lexus LFR, and turn into full electrified sports. (Picture from: LexusOwners)
From what we could be seen, the concept car also takes design inspiration from the previous supercar, the Lexus LFA, but is made more modern. One of them seen at the back, under the lights there are air vents, like those on the old generation LFA
The Lexus LFA successor takes design inspiration from the previous supercar, the Lexus LFA, but is made more modern.. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Likewise on the legs with the use of center-lock striped rims measuring 20 inches, at the front and 21 inches at the rear, with a design similar to the previous version. But the design of stacked LFA exhaust holes has not been carried over to this latest supercar. Even so, the overall design of the rear bumper is reminiscent of the LFA with a larger diffuser. 

Previously, information regarding the latest Lexus LFA successor supercar was informed by the Carbuzz, that's the Lexus LFA supercar filed the name with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).
The Lexus LFA successor's legs used center-lock striped rims measuring 20 inches, at the front and 21 inches at the rear, with a design similar to the previous version. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Even though the name of the new Lexus car is not mentioned yet, it is very likely that it will carry the name Lexus LFR, and is built based on the TNGA-L platform, as the LFA conventional version successor. As quoted of Carbuzz, the LFR nomenclature was rumored on the public internet forum Reddit, but today's trademarks come as the first official confirmation of such a name. The Lexus LFR supercar will later carry the electrified sport car concept which will get several special feature developments that previously existed in the LFA model, especially regarding electrification.
The Lexus LFA successor will be provided with a battery system that will allow it to be driven as far as 700 km on a single full charge. (Picture from: CarBuzz)
Unfortunately, there's no specific data has been found except that the car will be provided with a battery system that will allow it to be driven as far as 700 km on a single full charge. Furthermore, as a supercar, its acceleration capabilities could be said also quite capable, due to according of some sources, that the Lexus LFR supercar can accelerate from still to 100 kph in less than 2 seconds.
However, rumourly that the drivetrain is capable of producing up to 1,000 hp. Apart from that, there are also those who say that the Lexus LFR supercar will instead be crammed with a hybrid drive system with a 700 hp twin turbo V8 engine combined with the Toyota's virtual 3-pedal manual transmission system, which was recently patented in February 2022.
The Lexus LFA Nürburging Edition is the last model launched back in 2021 and produced 50 units only. (Picture from: RoadAndTrack)
For comparison, the LFA conventional version model only produces around 563 hp, with an engine sound that resembles the Formula-1 racing car. The LFA successor model lastly appeared at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in early 2022, as we all knew that the Lexus electric supercar specifications have not been revealed much so far. It is very likely that this car will become the forerunner of the Lexus sports car before actually leaving conventional engines for other vehicle models in the future.
The Lexus LFA Nürburging Edition is sold for $1.6 million or around Rp.23 billion at an auction event held around the end of 2021. (Picture from: RoadAndTrack)
For your information, the Lexus LFA itself is a luxury supercar that has a price tag of 6 digits of US dollars when it's first launched in 2010. For the last time this model released its Nürburging Edition, which produced back in 2021, immediately became a bone of contention for many rich auto collectors. The latest news further cemented its label as one of high-class luxurious supercars when one of these cars sold for $1.6 million or around Rp.23 billion at an auction event held around the end of 2021.
That's why if its next electric version is present, then the existing luxury must be maintained. Thus, it does not eliminate the history that has been made on this model before. This is a review of the newest successor to the Lexus LFA supercar which is likely to be launched in 2025 as a full electric-powered ones, and renamed to be the Lexus LFR. What we can do now only wait and see. 👹 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | LEXUSOWNERS | AUTOCAR | CARBUZZ | ROADANDTRACK | CARSCOOPS ]
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