The Legacy of the Lexus LFA (Plus Two Desktop Wallpapers)

For the latest edition of Lexus Magazine, I was asked to write about the legacy of the LFA:

Development of the Lexus LFA started as a challenge, much as with the original LS 400 that launched the Lexus brand. Could Lexus engineers create a legitimate supercar that competes with the world’s best?

By the time production ended in December 2012, the LFA’s legacy was firmly established: the supercar had brought about a seismic shift within the Lexus brand, and its influence can be seen throughout the Lexus lineup.

Along with a new video, the article also includes two recent LFA photos that I’ve taken — here they are in desktop wallpaper size:

Lexus LFA Side Profile Los Angeles

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Lexus LFA & 2014 Lexus IS Together

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(These photos would not have been possible without serious help — special thanks to Ron Cooney & the Lexus USA Eastern office for arranging the LFA & IS photoshoot, and to Neph Trejo for everything during the Los Angeles road trip.)

Read my article on the legacy of the LFA

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    Ralston Pinto
  • June 18, 2013
Ron an Roseanne are going to love their 15 minutes of fame with the picture.
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  • June 19, 2013
Excellent work, Krew, as per usual..... BD