The LFA, a two-seat supercar from Lexus, went into production in late 2010, with a projected run of 500 vehicles at the base price of US$375,000. The vehicle carried the same designation as the concept LF-A, but without the hyphen. Features a new 4.8 L 1LR-GUE V10 engine and a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) body. CFRP materials account for 65 percent of the LFA's body composition by mass. 6-speed automated sequential gearbox. Top speed of around 325 km/h (202 mph).
During LFA production, each vehicle received an individually numbered plaque, indicating the unit's place in the production run. Each LFA V10 engine carried the signature of the specialist who assembled it. With 20 units produced monthly, production of the entire LFA extended from December 2010 to December 2012. Production ended on December 14, 2012. the final 50 copies being a Nürburgring Package variant model.(wikipedia)
2010 Lexus LFA GT
Development versions of the LFA were raced primarily to help hone performance and handling. In 2010, Lexus headed back to the legendary Nürburgring to challenge for glory in the 24 Hours endurance race with its LFA supercar.Two LFA GTs were lined up as a prime challenger in standard production car guise. With its advanced, lightweight composite construction and 552bhp mid-mounted V10 engine, it will reach 62mph in just 3.7 seconds and race on to a top speed beyond 200mph. (ultimatecarpage.com)
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