The Lexus LF-A has been sending waves of tsunami through the supercar-dom since its launch. From its free revving V10 to immaculate built quality and outrageous price tag, the LF-A is arguably one of the most fascinating sports cars to come out of The Land of the Rising Sun.
It’s been pitted against other more established marques, with decades of heritage. Some laugh at its badge, others chuckle at the way it looks. Nevertheless, it is one of the best supercars that money can buy today, not to mention a masterpiece of technological tour de force.
The crew over at Car & Driver in the US has recently pitted it against the venerable V12 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano HGTE. The race took place on the narrow, sodden backroads of Wales.
Technical editor Michael Austin is behind the wheel of the Ferrari while executive editor Mark Gillies is in the Lexus. Their goal: to find out which of these two, similarly priced front engined, rear-wheel-drive GTs is the best?
Find out after the jump!