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Lexus Lf-A Advert-Can Shatter Glass!

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Noise pollution, emissions regulations and general distaste towards anyone with large amounts of money mean that making an advert for a supercar is pretty tricky right now.

Audi showed this when it chose to film the

in slow motion in a white room, but at least Lexus's take on the matter for its LFA supercar ad includes some random destruction to appease power fans.

It involves a champagne flute, a microphone and the exhaust note from that staggering 4.8-litre V10 engine. Apparently they worked out the precise point of the rev range that is needed to shatter the glass without involving any artificial trickery.

http://www.youtube.c...player_embedded

Kingo :thumbsup:

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I watched it with the sound off :yes: Just in case :D

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They forgot to add...

This is the pursuit of £350,000

:o

Nice car.. but who is going to pay that for a Lexus.. that's Ferarri money.

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That's a pretty good add but as previously mentioned £350 000 is just way too much, not that it's a Lexus but because it isn't a good enough car worth paying £350 000 for...

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Wonderful car with a wonderful sound :drool:

But not at that money :(

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I'll try and have a go at that when I take delivery of my one...

* I'll keep dreaming :lol:*

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