Originally Posted by b1adesofcha0s
Yes but was that compared to a 2009-2011 GT-R or a 2012 GT-R?
wet times are considerably higher than dry times. So if this LFA can match a older GTR's dry time, in wet conditions with a driver who hasnt really had the chance to completely familiarize himself with the car and whats its capable of, im sure it could match if not beat the time of the new GTR as well.
but for 400k, you'd kinda expect it to.
Originally Posted by Shamu
Its weird car. I sat in one last year and it really didnt do much for me. And my general impression of the car is that it doesnt look like quality of car you would pay $400K for? Certainly very capable car and very cool but really? $400K for a Toyota? I can think of a lot of other cars I would want for $400K. For example new carbonfiber Mclaren for $250K. Makes a Porsche GT2 RS look like a bargin! Or how about the raw emotion of an Enzo? Anyway who wants a reliable $400k super car? Isnt part of owning a super car having means to employ a dedicated mechanic?
And for track toy if I had $400K to sling around without worry maybe a used F1 car detuned for mere mortal to drive?
Cool post though! Thanks!
man, i cant imagine the amount of work it would take to get a f1 car road legal.