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 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
2011 Lexus LFA Engine Rev at SEMA Las Vegas 2009
Exclusive video after hours at the Lexus booth at SEMA 2009. Apparently
there are no other places where you can get a first hand view of the 2011
LFA engine running so we are posting the engine piece now and will post the
rest of our video review later. For those of you who are crazy about Lexus,
you can download the ring tone on our forums.
Lexus LFA - rev, start-up, acceleration & fly-by; 1080p HD
Gijs records an amazing new Lexus LFA in action at the Nürburgring
Nordschleife in Germany. Lexus has produced a great looking and sounding
car with this LFA. I personally love this car. I've seen and heard it in
action and I can tell it sounds great. Unfortunately I wasn't able to
record all of the action, so you will have to do with this footage. Hope
you like it though. Subscribe for more supercar action.
Lexus LFA: 552bhp V10 supercar tested - Auto Express
We take the £340,000 Lexus LFA V10 supercar to the English countryside.
We wanted to see how refined the highly anticipated Lexus LFA supercar
really is, after all it is a Lexus. In our video we visit the English
countryside in the V10 engined LFA to find out how it copes with life on UK
Lexus LFA Spotted in Motion in Socal!
We got wind that Lexus was bringing its V10-powered LFA to the Cars and
Coffee event in Irvine, CA so we pulled out our paparazzi skills to track
it down and follow it to the event.
Shot By: Jim Gleason
Edited By: Jim Gleason
Lexus LFA: a symphony of sound (SkiddPlayer TV)
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Most of us will never get the chance to drive the LFA (although Top Gear's
Stig took it around the Dunsfold test track yesterday), but after Lexus
uploaded a few sound clips to their microsite (http://www.lexus-lfa.com/)
we felt compelled to bring them all together into a single 75 second
We think that it sounds a lot like a Carrera GT, and whatever you think of
the LFA, you surely can't deny that it sounds pretty special...
2011 Lexus LFA | First Drive | Edmunds.com
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2011 Lexus LFA First Drive and Video
Lexus LFA Spy Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJ6eQJByfbM
Lexus LFA Concept @ 2007 Detroit:
Lexus LFA @ 2009 Tokyo Auto Show:
Third gear and the throttle pedal is nailed to the 2011 Lexus LFA's
carbon-fiber bulkhead. The 4.8-liter V10 is rotating 8,000 times per minute
and still you don't have to change gear as the 552 horses from Japan are
pulling in unison. Now 9,000 rpm and the pistons are traveling at 82 feet
per second, so flick the right-side shift paddle and feel the jolt as the
automated manual transmission's solitary clutch completes the gearchange.
2011/2012 Lexus LF-A (behind scenes)
This is a Live video of the Lexus LFA
All New Lexus LFA production version
Price tag: $400,000
The All New 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
Keeping the car's weight to an absolute minimum was one of the defining
elements in the development of the Lexus LFA and this led to the decision
to switch from using aluminium for the car's construction to advanced
Carbon Fibre Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) for the chassis and bodywork.