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      01-21-2011, 02:30 PM   #58

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Thanks. Exactly.

All the open minded and true car enthusiasts appreciate a great car no matter where it comes from.

Originally Posted by graider View Post
^^there are lot of legit people that care/love this car.

this from evo/chris harris pretty much sum it up on the LFA. evo is a legit mag and chris harris even say nothing out there that feel special as the mclaren f1, except the LFA, not even 599 gto, carrera gt, enzo. so haters should stop complain about the price or 9 seconds straight line slip, aight? i will quote it again because i'm totally convinced after reading all the positive reviews.

"There is nothing in the world like the Lexus LFA. It is more special and intriguing than the 458 and demonstrates an extraordinary level of passion and commitment. Bespoke and limited edition, it is also a genuine supercar that can scare the pants off you. This is mainly thanks to it's extraordinary 552bhp 4.8-litre V10 that does everything a Carrera GT's does and then goes completely mad as it closes in on 9500rpm. Its uncompromising ride adds to the challenge, and it was generally agreed that it would have been a bit of a handful up on the moors,
but we were beguiled. "It's a beautiful thing, all the details, and it has the integrity and functionality of a Lexus. Feels like a step up from everything else here," said Meaden. "Very, very special," said Metcalfe. Thank you, Lexus.


"There is nothing out there that has felt this special since the Macca F1", says Chris Harris. "Too bad it has to go before it could be compared on the track with the best of the rest".
""A great sounding, responsive, high-revving, naturally aspirated engine is part of the DNA of a thoroughbred sports car. No two ways about it."

- Lamborghini on turbocharging