- 2.5 L
- 0-60 time:
- 7 sec.
- Top Speed:
- 160 mph (Est.)
And we said that not knowing that Lexus is also planning on joining in on the fun.
The Japanese automaker also took the time a few days ago to present its Super GT racecar . Based on the LF-CC Concept, this racecar has been tentatively named the GT500 LF-CC Prototype . The arrival of this new racer comes at an appropriate time for Lexus, especially with its incumbent racer, the SC430 , already on its last legs.
As for the car itself, the rendering seems to suggest that the bare version is going to be orange, although the actual color could vary depending on the team that uses it. Plus, it has all the bells and whistles on what you’d come to expect from a fully prepared racecar, including a modified front splitter, a new rear diffuser and an obscenely large rear wing that should go hand-in-hand with tuned suspension dynamics.
There is no word yet on the car’s official engine classification, much less the engine’s performance numbers. But we expect something akin to a hybrid for this racecar, that much we can surmise without having to second-guess ourselves.
Click past the jump to read about the Lexus LF-CC Concept
Once pegged as the successor to the mighty — and popular — LF-A supercar, the LF-CC Concept takes the reigns of Lexus’ new design language and pushes it past what any of us expected before the concept made its debut at the 2012 Paris Auto Show .
The new Lexus LF-CC Concept displays the latest evolution of Lexus’ L-finesse design language and it also previews a new premium mid-size Lexus coupe set to be unveiled in the near future. The powertrain could also come in the form of a 2.5-liter four-cylinder DOHC gas engine that is combined with a compact, high-output electric motor.