Walker is no stranger to performance cars; the actor has driven numerous exotics during filming of the Fast and Furious movies and has an extensive car collection that includes a Nissan GT-R and a BMW M3 that he races.
Why is he now driving an LFA? Lexus arranged for Walker to drive one of its supercars with 30,000 miles on the clock in order to verify that the car’s performance hasn’t been depleted despite the relatively high--for a supercar--mileage.
And we’re not just talking regular miles here. This particular LFA is a press car and has been loaned out to hundreds of testers and regularly driven to its limits. According to Lexus, it’s only received regular maintenance such as tire, brake and oil changes.
Walker hits California’s Willow Springs Raceway and is joined by Toyota drift expert Ken Gushi in another LFA.
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