The Lexus LFA represents the second performance model of the company’s F marque. The two-seat supercar originally debuted in three concept versions at the 2005 North American International Auto Show, the first bearing the LF-A designation, as an example of the new LF performance line. In 2007, a second and more complete LF-A concept emerged, followed shortly in 2008 my the premier of a roadster model.
While the roadster did not make it to the production line, in 2010 the Lexus LFA coupe rolled out, featuring a new 4.8 liter V10, a six-speed sequential gearbox and a $375,000 base price. A track-tuned variant of the LFA became available at a cost of $445,000. The production run of the LFA ended in December of 2012 with a grand total of 500 vehicles created. The final edition of the Lexus supercar was adorned with the Nürburgring Package. In both the base and Nürburgring editions, the structure of the LFA’s chassis is a combination of an aeronautical-grade carbon-fiber reinforced polymer used in conjunction with aluminum front and rear subframes.
The interior of the base level LFA is an ergonomic integration of leather, alcantara, and metallic surfaces that surround the drivers and passengers in an environment that is refined and appealing to the eye. The center console is not cluttered with an overwhelming amount of buttons because of the multifunction navigation system with media and performance controls.
While it is one of the newer members of the supercar club, the 0-60 mph time of 3.6 seconds and top speed of 202 mph are the evidence of the LFA marking its territory. The production numbers are limited, but for those who are interested in buying or leasing a Lexus LFA, we have a wide selection available for sale. If prices are not listed, please call or email the dealer or our representatives for cost.
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