Lexus LFA Review
The Lexus LFA supercar appeared in the brand's lineup in 2010. It was supposed to be released in a limited edition of five hundred copies and sold only by individual orders. The sports car became the most expensive serial Japanese car - for example, for customers from Russia, where the car was also officially offered, its price was at least 500,000 euros.
The basis of this two-seater coupe was a carbon fiber monocoque. In front, under the hood, there was a V10 engine with a volume of 4.8 liters and a capacity of 560 l. s., And torque was transmitted to the rear wheels through a six-speed robotic gearbox. To "hundreds" Lexus LFA accelerated in 3.7 seconds, and the maximum speed was 325 km / h. In 2011, a version of the machine called the Nurburgring was presented: it had a forced up to 571 l. s. motor and modified aerodynamic body kit.
In December 2012, the planned production volume of 500 cars was reached, and production of the Lexus LFA coupe at the Toyota plant in Japan ended.