2011 Lexus LFA -at SEMA Car Show 2009

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.

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Lexus LFA: a symphony of sound (SkiddPlayer TV)
Watch 23,000 other videos like this at http://www.skiddplayer.com 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 symphony. 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 at Cars & Coffee
Lexus brought the 2011 LFA to Cars and Coffee in Irvine, California, on November 21, 2009.





NEW 2018 Lexus LC500h LC500 Full Walkaround of ACTUAL Vehicle at Cars and Coffee
Check out all of my videos! http://www.howtocarguy.com I would love to help you find your New or Pre-Owned Lexus! You can reach me by email - brockfrady@gmail.com or by calling Flow Lexus of Greensboro (336) 217-5400 - Ask for Brock Frady. New 2018 Lexus LC500h / LC500 Full Walkaround For more car reviews and tutorials, visit my YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/howtocarguy Following the world premiere of the V8-powered LC 500, Lexus introduces the All-New LC 500h which features the world’s first Multi Stage Hybrid System, the next generation of hybrid powertrains specifically designed for performance vehicles. The LC 500h is enveloped by a glamorous exterior which represents a uniquely evocative, more fluid interpretation of Lexus' L-finesse design philosophy. With a long 2,870 mm (112.9 in) wheelbase, compact 920 mm (36.2 in) front and 970 mm (38.2 in) rear overhangs and a notably low bonnet line, the coupe's athletic profile is characterised by a sweeping roofline which tapers from the central position of the occupants, creating a uniquely human-centred silhouette. Front and rear wings that house wide, large diameter wheels flare away from the centre position of the occupants, whilst the door sides are pulled inwards to create a powerfully three-dimensional form—in plan view, a new spindle architecture shape which mirrors Lexus' signature spindle grille. The outstanding driving dynamics of the LC 500h are also reflected in subtle yet functional aerodynamic measures. Front and rear wheel arch venting improves high speed stability, and a rear diffuser and active rear spoiler further manage airflow during performance driving. The driver's hip point has been engineered to be as close as possible to the coupe's centre of gravity, maximising feedback from the vehicle to the driver. And the holding performance of the seats has been enhanced through a renewed focus on the cross-section design. Particular attention has been paid to the design of a new steering wheel, which features a change in cross-sectional shape throughout the rim circumference to accommodate variations in grip and the twisting of the wrist during operation. And new, larger magnesium alloy paddle shifters have been shaped for easier reach and a more positive action. Throughout the new interior, the quality and finish of upholstery, hand-stitched leather centre console and dash pad, and drape forming Alcantara door trim, reflect a level of Takumi craftsmanship and attention to detail for which Lexus is globally renowned. Multi Stage Hybrid System The Multi Stage Hybrid System was developed with opposing goals in mind: to create a hybrid with a more sporting and engaging driving experience by closely aligning engine speed with throttle inputs, and to achieve the best possible balance of power and fuel consumption. The new Multi Stage Hybrid System marries the elements of a traditional full hybrid powertrain -including a 3.5 litre V6 petrol engine, a powerful electric motor and a lithium-ion battery pack to a 4-speed automatic gearbox mounted at the rear of the hybrid transmission. The electric motor generates better acceleration feel than a conventional engine, and adding physical gears more closely aligns engine rpm with the driver’s inputs. The result is a much more direct connection between the accelerator pedal and vehicle acceleration, and 0-100 km/h times well into the sub-5 second range Optimising the sharpness in both steering and suspension movement, sprung weight has been reduced as much as possible through the extensive use of lightweight, forged aluminium componentry. And the system demonstrates exceptional rigidity under lateral g loading. In combination, these chassis and suspension development measures offer an entirely natural, non-taxing driving experience which combines sharp responses, exceptional handing balance and straight line stability with the ride comfort appropriate to a Lexus flagship coupe. Specifications Overall Length: 4,760 mm (187.4 in) Overall Width: 1,920 mm (75.6 in) Overall Height: 1,345 mm (52.9 in) Wheelbase: 2,870 mm (112.9 in) Layout: Front Engine Rear Wheel drive Fr/Rr overhang: Fr: 920 mm (36.2 in), Rr: 970mm (36.2 in) Wheel Size:1. 21 inches (forged aluminium-available) 2. 20 inches (forged aluminium-available) 3. 20 inches (cast aluminium-standard) Tyre Size: 1. Fr:245/40 RF21, Rr: 275/35 RF21 2. Fr:245/45 RF20, Rr: 275/40 RF20 3. Fr:245/45 RF20, Rr: 275/40 RF20 Engine type: 3.45L hybrid engine Engine capacity (cc): 3,456 Valve mechanism:24- Valve DOHC VVT-i Cylinders: 6 Bore (mm): 94 Stroke (mm):83 Engine Maximum output (kW): 220@6,600 Engine Maximum torque (Nm): 348@4,900 Battery Maximum output (kW): 44.6 Battery type: Lithium Battery voltage (V): 310 Battery weight (Kg): 50 Total System Output (kW/HP): 264/354 Target 0-100 km/h (sec.): sub 5 sec. *Spec might differ by market Source: http://www.lexus.com/documents/concept/LC-HYBRID/LC-Hybrid-Press-Release-v1 .pdf





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




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