There's nothing else quite like it.
It took 10 years to develop but the final result was nothing less than Japanese supercar perfection. The Lexus LFA is everything a halo car should be and so much more. Yes, there have been plenty of test drives and reviews of the desirable V10-powered machine since its initial launch back in 2010, but now that its technologies, believe it or not, are no longer state-of-the-art, does it still have the ability to thrill its driver in the face of more modern cars like the Porsche 918 Spyder and even the McLaren P1?
The LFA is constructed from sophisticated materials and is still quite formidable on the track, but is it still relevant today? Pro racing driver Justin Bell gets behind the wheel of the actual LFA from the Toyota Museum and takes it to the track to consider that very point.