The revolution at Lexus is set to gain even more momentum. Forget the comfy old barges of yesteryear — Lexus will reveal a successor to what one Jeremy Clarkson called: "the best car I’ve ever driven."


The Japanese firm, which used to focus on comfortable, reliable luxury cars like the famously sturdy LS400 of the 1990s, is lining up a ‘track-ready’ performance car to follow the incredible LFA supercar.

In a statement, the firm said: “Lexus has announced it is to add a second vehicle to its growing stable of high performance models.

“The new F-designated car will be given its world premiere at the Detroit motor show on January 13 and will join the recently launched RC F high performance coupe in the Lexus range.”


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