The successor to the Lexus LFA Electric is coming in 2030 and is bleeding fast

The successor to the Lexus LFA Electric is coming in 2030 and is bleeding fast


Can you compare one of the best V10 engines ever to an electric car? Lexus thinks it can. The brand has revealed a few additional photos of the electric car that will “revive” the spirit of the V10-powered LFA. The successor to the electric Lexus LFA has yet to be named, but the brand still has time to develop it.

It is one of many electric vehicles that Lexus plans to build in the early part of the next decade. Yes, the improved hybrid brand is finally catching on. Not long ago, Toyota and Lexus opened their eyes to sixteen new EVs. This LFA-EV was also shown there, but now there are more pictures.

A distance of more than 700 km

The successor to the electric Lexus LFA will receive solid-state batteries enabling a range of over 700 kilometers and a 0-100 time ‘in the sub-two second range’. If things don’t go well with the Tesla Roadster, you can still go for the Lexus.

Lexus says it will provide “a unique driving experience based on linear vehicle response that is true to the driver’s intent, with seamless integration of deceleration, steering and acceleration at all times.” Fortunately, the car also looks good. Lexus says this car “signals the future of the brand.”