Y'all have seen the official specs and press images and even read our Lexus LFA first drive, but until we had some alone-time with Toyota's new super car at SEMA we didn't realize it's coolest bit of carbon fiber.
The strut holding up the hood? It's carbon fiber. Correct. Carbon fiber. How cool is that?
In fact, the more we look at the LFA, the more we gain a little insight into why it took Toyota so long to develop it. Some would call it overkill, but there are a limited number of ways to get someone to pay $400K for a Toyota. Anyone else think the intake looks like the Predators head?