2025 Lexus EV Supercar – If and when Lexus unveils its all-electric supercar – with a name that’s yet to be finalized–it’ll serve as the spiritual successor of LFA. This is a quick overview of the LFA coupe was built primarily of carbon-fiber composite and came with the 553-hp V-10. The EV supercar will not have an extravagant internal combustion engine. Instead, its amazing performance will be the result of high-powered electric motors.
Although Lexus has not revealed any information, the company has stated that it will launch a follow-up model to the LFA will be able to reach speeds of 60 mph within the low two-second range. It comes with a solid-state battery inside its sleek bodywork – which looks as if a McLaren-style 720S had an infant with the Toyota Supra–the Lexus electric supercar is believed to have four-thirds of a mile of driving range. This concept provides a great idea of what we can be expecting.
2025 Lexus EV Supercar Future
In the direction of a future that includes a lineup comprised entirely of electric cars, Lexus is revealing a design of an electric supercar, which is the perfect model for its electric performance models.
2025 Lexus EV Supercar Pricing
In the year 2012, Lexus produced 500 LFA models, each of which cost a staggering sum of $350,000. We’ve been told that the company’s electric supercar was heavily influenced by the limited-production version, we’re confident it’s not as costly nor as special. However, we’re only able to guess at the price it will start at and we’d guess that it’s likely to be at least six figures.