Lexus LF-A vs. Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR: A Virtual Nürburgring Race

Similar to the virtual Lexus LF-A vs. Nissan GT-R race we saw a couple months ago, this split-screen racing footage has the LF-A (top) up against the 600bhp Dodge Viper SRT10 ACR on the Nürburgring:

When you consider the traffic the LF-A has to deal with, there’s no telling how much faster it could have gone. Love this POV driver footage.

(Thanks Roberto!)


Comments

  • KrittMasta

    Stock ACR? More like race prep ACR VS stock LFA. LFA doesn’t tune. They race with stock. The car was made to race anyway. In any details by numbers, design, performance, and luxury. I don’t know how can anybody want an ACR. No offence, it’s like a piece of S|-|!T. All the detail on LFA is priceless. American just fell in love with their own voice too much, so much that they were blind by the fact that Americans don’t bother to do research for cars anymore because money is made quicker with stocks and short term investment. That is the real world’s fact. There is no pride in making cars anymore. Face it, ACR is low tech looking at efficiency, design, and the finish. I can hear squeak from it in the vid. Totally prep for racing. I’m not going to deny the fact that LFA has an impossible price. However, anything that’s made better with race car always have exponential cost. That’s the reality. I don’t want to go into details of equipment and performance of the LFA, it will be in pages. I’m sorry, only bias blind red neck would say ACR wins or better car. I don’t even believe it’s better for your pocket because I’ll take GTR over ACR any day.