Well for sure the GTR would win then. The difference is anyone can get a GTR and only 100 people got an LFA. I heard Toyota lost money on the cars even. Also the LFA has one of the sickest sounding engines ever. The car looks crazy in person compared to a gtr. Last car show I went to had one there and I think I went back to it 4 or 5 times.
As far as I know no name has been released yet. My understanding is that there'll be a V10 again under the hood and there will be 100 built. At the same time I guess a skunkworks group is designing a new RWD car for Toyota. If rumours are true we might be looking at a new Supra in a couple of years. Multiple magazines have hinted at a 2014 Supra but toyota denies it. In the end it's all rumours but I'm still stoked about the possibilty of a new Supra.
The price/performance is not ridiculous. The LFA is a much better car. It has a much better tuned engine, a lot more complex engineering, leagues more refined, and a lot more advanced than a GTR can or ever will be.
A GTR is a show-off for cheap skates. Its cheap ***, take a crap engine, slap a turbo in it, add four wheel drive for less skidding and call it a day.
whoa now, Crap engine? Now I didn't say anything wrong with the LFA, but GTRs are hand crafted engines, each engine will perform differently. In fact a $400,000 price tag to beat a GTR is totally unnecessary.
To add in on the LFA with just the emotion of driving a vehicle like that vs a GTR is like a scalpel vs a machete. 600lbs difference will do a lot for steering feel. That with that incredible sounding V10 would be almost a religious experience for me. Is it worth $300k more than a GTR? Absolutely not. If I was worth over $10 million would I buy it over a GTR? Hell yes. Now the GTR is impressive for the price range there is just too much computer involvement for me to own one.