Lexus LFA alternatives
Latest model: Lexus LFA 2011
The new Lexus LFA marks an hight-priority moment in both the history of Lexus and the development of the supercar. A true clean-sheet layout, the Lexus LFA was created by a small, passionate and dedicated team of developers whose achievement has been to push the boundaries of technologies materials and engineering at each stage to produce a vehicle like no other to have carried the Lexus badge.
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Lexus LFA details:
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 motor, 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 objective - to deliver a supreme driving experience. Over the past decade we have pushed each boundary in pursuit of this objective and I believe we have created the most driver-orientated vehicle we possibly could.
Keeping the car's weight to an absolute minimum was one of the defining components 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.