Rob Wray from mp3Car gets a first time view of the new Lexus LFA. This car is simply beautiful. It sports an LCD display screen that can control race times. It also has an automated manual transmission plus the standard Lexus in dash screen.
With 350 lbs of torque and 0-60 in about 3 seconds it may be worth the 375k price tag.
Lexus LFA at Cars and Coffee Irvine/Lexus LFAを生で見た
I was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Lexus LFA live at Cars and
Coffee Irvine. The engine note on the car is unreal! Matte black finish
is pretty insane in person too. Sorry for the low quality cell phone
Lexus LFA Road and Track Test
The new 2011 Lexus LFA gets tested on the road and on the Nurburgring GP
I still don't really know what to think about it, it's far too expensive
for what it is. It's more expensive than any current production Lamborghini
or Ferrari. I think it's a good car but it's not groundbreaking in any way
and doesn't really warrant such a big price tag, despite being bespoke and
a rare limited edition special. Edmunds say it is capable of a time of 7
minutes and 23 seconds, which softens the price blow slightly, but I can't
see it being an immediate success and I can't see 'die hard Lexus fans'
wanting one because I don't think they exist. It could be a classic in the
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.
Brakes (F)Disc, Carbon Ceramic Material, cross-drilled and ventilated
Brakes (R)Disc, Carbon Ceramic Material, cross-drilled and ventilated
Bore X Stroke3.46 x 3.11 (88 x 79)
Cylinders10-cylinders, 72° V-type
Engine & Transmission
Displacement cu in (cc):4805
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...