Brand New Lexus IS-F Starts Smoking on Dyno (Rolling Road)
This IS-F was on the Dyno being tested for horsepower, when on the third round (that I saw) the clutch went out (or something mechanical went wrong). The passenger of the car ran out and checked the back, as smoke poured out. It was hard to see exactly what happened, but you can hear the clutch (if it was one) going out at the end. Great car, it was unbelievably loud down there. Tags: Lexus IS-F F V-10 Power 400 horsepower BMW M5 Competitor Power Dyno Test horsepower Engine Sound Revving Exhaust Note Blown Clutch Fried Broken Tires Shredded Smoke
Lexus IS F burnout
2018 Lexus IS - Review & Walkaround Design
To celebrate the launch of the 2017 Lexus IS sports sedan, Lexus created a bolder, spicier customized version of the original: the Lexus Sriracha IS. By joining forces with the authentic, beloved sauce made by Huy Fong Foods, Lexus turns up the heat with custom auto detailing, foodie finishes and an arsenal of Sriracha within easy reach for emergency situations. The specially modified vehicle will be on display at The Los Angeles Auto Show from Nov. 18–27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “The new Lexus IS is so hot, we decided to make it Sriracha hot, with all the custom details every Sriracha fan will appreciate,” said Brian Smith, Lexus vice president of marketing. “I feel so humbled to see my Lexus and Sriracha friends’ love for my hot sauce,” said David Tran, CEO and founder of Huy Fong Foods. “The Lexus Sriracha IS is really the perfect mix for a ‘hot’ and ‘spicy car’ – just the way I like it.” To bring the concept to life, Lexus commissioned the elite crew at West Coast Customs. Lexus also created a light-hearted video for fans to enjoy. “Sriracha In Everything” highlights the vehicle’s custom details and how Sriracha makes everything hotter. STAY UP TO DATE & CONNECT WITH US AT: ►https://www.facebook.com/CarsOfficialTrailers ►https://www.youtube.com/c/AutoMotoReviews?sub_confirmation=1
Timo Glock riding Lexus IS-F on the racetrack
Timo Glock tried out IS-F on the track. Pretty impressive if you ask me.