Originally Posted by footie
This news put into focus what Toyota can achieve when they put their mind to it. So like I told swamp in the IS-F thread
The world's biggest motoring manufacturer didn't get there by being second all the time.
I understand your point but the LF-A and IS-F are entirely different automobiles.
I imagine the the LF-A will be a near exotic, $100K+, compete with the R8/10, GT2, starter Lambo/Ferraris and upspec'd GT-R.