Lexus LFA Engine Revving
This is a short clip of the Lexus LFA unveiled at the 2009 SEMA Show with some quick engine revs at the Lexus Booth. This is one of two Lexus LFA's in North America at the moment. Both are currently being used for promotion at the International Auto Shows and Press. Quick Specs: Drivetrain- Brakes (F)Disc, Carbon Ceramic Material, cross-drilled and ventilated Brakes (R)Disc, Carbon Ceramic Material, cross-drilled and ventilated Engine- Compression Ratio12.0:1 Bore X Stroke3.46 x 3.11 (88 x 79) Cylinders10-cylinders, 72° V-type Engine & Transmission Displacement cu in (cc):4805 Performance- Acceleration 0-60 mph s: 3.6 Max Power: 552 bhp/412 kW @ 8,700 rpm Max Torque: 354 lb-ft/480 Nm @ 6,800rpm Additional info on this amazing car can be found at... http://www.lexus.com/LFA/ http://www.rsportscars.com/lexus/2011-lexus-lfa/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexus_LFA
2010 SEMA: 2011 Stasis Audi R8
Associate Web Producer Nate Martinez takes a closer look at the Statis Audi R8.
Lexus LFA Crazy V10 Exhaust Sound in The City
It is not often you get to see a Lexus LFA on the streets of London, and it is the first time I have ever seen one on the road. The car, coupled with a Novitec Ferrari 430 Scuderia caused a stir in the capital. Crowds began to form as they parked, and the owners were happy to make a lot of noise as well, with huge accelerations and rev limiter revs. Not something that happens every day! Keep up to date with all things JBB013: Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/JBB013?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: http://instagram.com/jbb013 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Jbb013/338147222953090
2011 Lexus LFA TV Ad: ''Pitch''
The new Lexus LFA marks an important moment in both the history of Lexus and the development of the supercar. A true "clean-sheet" design, the Lexus LFA was created by a small, passionate and dedicated team of engineers whose achievement has been to push the boundaries of technologies materials and engineering at every stage to produce a car like no other to have carried the Lexus badge. Constructed using advanced carbon fibre technology, the rear-wheel drive Lexus LFA is powered by a bespoke, high-revving 552bhp 4.8-litre naturally aspirated V10 engine, matched to a rear-mounted six-speed sequential automatic transmission, giving 200mph-plus performance. In the words of Chief Engineer Haruhiko Tanahashi: "The Lexus LFA is a thoroughbred supercar, a machine engineered to achieve a single goal - to deliver a supreme driving experience. Over the past decade we have pushed every boundary in pursuit of this goal and I believe we have created the most driver-orientated car we possibly could."