If you’re the kind of person who has—ever, like, even once—complained about how Ikea furniture is difficult to assemble, you should skip this post. But unless you consider things like a socket wrench, painter’s tape and a hacksaw “specialized equipment,” this how-to should be a breeze.
OK, so purists might want to look away—I know we’ve probably already angered you with our googly eyed celebration of this off-road LS 400. But everyone who doesn’t think the LS 400 should live its life as a reserved executive sedan should turn up their speakers and prepare for greatness.
There’s nothing in this Top Gear video which qualifies as breaking news—or really anything we haven’t heard before. What there are? Plenty of good shots of former F1 pilot and two-time 24 Hour of Le Mans winner Alex Wurz hurling the RC F through bends sideways.
Given the over-the-top press release, we all probably should have seen through this shit. Turns out the RND Concept was a joke orchestrated by Toyota’s British PR wing. RND actually stands for Red Nose Day.
This was the RC F Varis brought to the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon, and from discussion I’ve seen on the forum, it doesn’t sound like many ClubLexus members will be going this route with their rides. Let’s just say less-than-cordial statements were made, and the words “cheap” and “Civic” may have been used.