Okay, we’ve teased you for long enough. Onto the V10 engine. Lexus has learned that a drawn-out development cycle is very expensive, so instead of developing an all-new engine, the one fitted here is an evolution of that found in the original, bored out to 5.0 liters. That illuminating badge provides a clue as to the sad but necessary inclusion of a pair of electric motors on the front axle. So yes, the LFA will henceforth be AWD. Nevertheless, the results should convince you that it was the right choice: instead of 552 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque, you now get a whopping 710 hp and 748 lb-ft of torque. 0-60 mph and top speed figures haven’t been revealed yet, but with numbers like those, you can bet it’ll be fast. Look out for more details leading up to the launch on April 1, 2022.