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2025 Lexus EV Supercar: What We Know So Far



When Lexus debuts its new all-electric supercar—with a name that has yet to be decided—it’ll be the spiritual successor to the legendary LFA. Here’s a quick refresher: The LFA coupe was made largely of carbon-fiber composite and featured a 553-hp V-10. Obviously, the EV supercar won’t have an exotic internal-combustion engine. Instead, its incredible performance will come courtesy of powerful electric motors. While Lexus has revealed very few details, the company says the follow-up to the LFA can reach 60 mph in the low 2-second range. With a solid-state battery packaged within its sleek bodywork—which looks like a McLaren 720S had a baby with a Toyota Supra—the Lexus EV supercar is said to have 430 miles of range. This concept gives a good idea of what to expect.

What’s New for 2025?

Heading towards a future with a lineup composed entirely of electric vehicles, Lexus has revealed a concept of an all-electric supercar that’s a perfect flagship for its electrified performance models.

Pricing and Which One to Buy

Back in 2012, Lexus built 500 LFA models and priced each at a cool $350,000. While we’re told the brand’s EV supercar is heavily influenced by that limited-production special, we’re hopeful it’s neither as expensive nor as exclusive. Still, we can only speculate on its starting price, and we’d wager that it’s at least six figures.

As more information becomes available, we’ll update this story with more details about:

  • EV Motor, Power, and Performance
  • Range, Charging, and Battery Life
  • Fuel Economy and Real-World MPGe
  • Interior, Comfort, and Cargo
  • Infotainment and Connectivity
  • Safety and Driver-Assistance Features
  • Warranty and Maintenance Coverage


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