When I reviewed the Lexus LFA I failed to do it justice. It's just incredibly difficult to summarize everything that combines to make this car so special. These engine sounds do a much better job. Bonus: Top Gear LFA photo!
One of only two circular looms in the world is used to weave dual-tube carbon fiber components, like the A-pillar, on the Lexus LFA. It's obsessive attention to detail like this that explains the near $400,000 price.
The 2011 Lexus LFA isn't the fastest car ever made, nor the most powerful or even the quickest to 60 MPH. It can't even match the ZR1 around the Nürburgring. So why will this Toyota cost nearly $400,000?
Our own Wes Siler is in Miami today test driving Toyota's new hotness, the Lexus LFA. He's still enjoying it, but look for our first drive tomorrow. For now, drool over live track shots and the technical presentation below.
Mark your calendars, today Toyota has birthed its first supercar, the specs and complete images of the production Lexus LFA have been released and by all measure it's going to make the Italians and Germans break into a cold sweat.
The sneaky spy photographers at KGP have caught the Lexus LF-A, Toyota's luxe-brand's super car that'll reportedly command a $400,000 price tag with almost no camouflage. We wonder where they spotted it. Any guesses? Gallery below.