Lexus Shows Off Electric LFA Successor At Goodwood


Lexus has a new supercar. The company is currently working on an all electric successor to the LFA,

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which was launched 10 years ago. It is unlikely to arrive any time soon. In the initial phase, Lexus will prioritize SUVs and crossovers.

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This means that it could take 2030 before we see the production version this unnamed supercar electric vehicle.

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Lexus claims the electric supercar will have the same driving experience as the LFA-developed performance.

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Although the concept was first teased several months back, it is currently being unveiled at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed in Sussex.

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Koji Sato, Lexus' chief branding officer, shared the following (via AutoCar UK).

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"The pursuit of the Lexus driving signature is going to the next level through the development of the new sports EV battery. "

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Mister Sato stated that the electric supercar "symbolizes future brand." Lexus is targeting a speed of 0-62 mph in a time of under 2 seconds.

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