Lexus IS-F from A to Z

Lexus has a new car out on the road and it is the IS-F, a sportier version of the already sporty IS class. Lexus claims the 416hp vehicle goes 0-60 in 4.6 while that is amazing, its not entirely amazing when compared to the 414 hp BMW M3 going 0-60 in low 4 seconds. Car has an amazing 8speed and also don’t forget the price tag of $56,000. While i’m not personally too crazy about lexus i think they did go up a level in creating this new IS-F but for the price and speed, one is better off going with the bmw M3 or audi S4 or RS4 for a real sports car. Below are specs of the car and also pictures and a video of the car accelerating which sounds very soft for a v-8 producing 416hp.[Source Lexus]

Here are some specs:

Engine & Performance

Engine Type V8, 90-degree with aluminum block and cylinder heads Horsepower (SAE) 416 @ 6,600 rpm [1] Torque 371 lb.-ft. @ 5,200 rpm[1] Displacement 5.0 liters (4,969 cm3/303.2 cu. in.) Valvetrain DOHC, 32- valve, Intake camshaft with Electric Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-iE), Exhaust camshaft with Hydraulic Variable Valve Timing with intelligence (VVT-i) Designation 2UR-GSE Bore x Stroke 3.70 in. x 3.52 in. Compression Ratio 11.8:1 Emission Certification ULEV II Maximum Engine Speed (redline) 6,800 rpm Performance
0-60 mph Acceleration (mfg. estimates) 4.6 sec. [1] [5] Top Track Speed (mfg. estimates – electronically limited) 170 mph [1] [5] ¼-Mile Acceleration (sec) 13.0 [1] [5] Coefficient of Drag (Cd) 0.30

Fuel Economy

City (mpg) – EPA estimated 16 [6] Highway (mpg) – EPA estimated 23 [6] Fuel Capacity 16.9 gal. Fuel System SFI D-4 direct and port fuel injection system Fuel Requirement Premium 91 octane unleaded

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