Lexus LFA and LF-LC Concept Meet on the Track

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Supercar meets avant-garde design study. Which do you want to take home?

This short video gives us a chance to admire two of Lexus' finest creations side by side, with the LFA supercar and LF-LC concept filmed together on the marque's test track.

Admittedly the driving action is tame, but it's interesting to see how the LF-LC hybrid sizes up against the naturally-aspirated V10-powered LFA. The concept is noticeably larger than the supercar and when it hits production - in some 36 months' time according to the latest reports - the new high-end sports car appears likely to be more grand tourer than out-and-out supercar. Also expect a much more affordable price tag, somewhere in the region of $120,000 competing with the likes of the Porsche 911 Turbo and Aston Martin Vantage.

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