Lexus LF-A caught in testing on Nurburgring circuitby Nick Aziz
A new round of spy photos seem to suggest Lexus is serious about bringing its LF-A concept to market. While the shiny concept was on display at the Tokyo Motor Show, a drivable prototype was busy at Germany's Nurburgring circuit. The LF-A will be rear-wheel drive, and Lexus has promised "the ultimate weight balance," "extravagant comfort," and "precision operation." LF-A is designed around the "L-finesse"? design concept, aiming to be the "embodiment of a high performance coupe."? The car was shown in Tokyo as a coupe with a fixed roof. However, the car pictured appears to be a convertible.