Absolutely. The A90 is shorter in length and height than the A80, but wider. If anything, it looks pointier and more lithe than the A80
If any of the two look bloated, it's the A80 (not a criticism, A80 is brilliant)
Something's fucky with those pictures. The A90 is always positioned in the foreground, and even in the side-by-side shot, I think it's forward. It's no way *that* much bigger than the A80.
I'll get a picture tonight - my A80 is on the hoist, and my A90 underneath it.
I think the race version (GR GT3) will have the V8 (Either the rumoured 4.0TT Lexus, or the 5.4 2UR used in the RCF GT3) - well it definitely does, going off the video.
and the road version (Lexus LFR) will be hybrid/EV/TT V6 options and be seriously upmarket.
Not heaps - I drove the car for 4 years with a 2JZGE and tried to find the limit. Then upgraded to the 1JZGTE - running a meagre 340hp at the wheels.
But I'm only 1s off a Cayman GT4 time at my local, so I'm trying to get there with skill rather than outright power ;)
when you put a pump in, normally you have the flow through the input/layshafts, and oil squirting into gear mesh through holes in forks, shafts, sometimes even in the root of the gear tooth
well, that's how we design them at work and it works well.
The only issue is blending - unless the whole panel is repainted, eventually, the paint blend will always deteriorate.
It's a trade off - painting a whole bar and getting it to match the metallic/colour of the rest of the body will be dicey - so just repairing a section will be a better visual...