Discussion in 'Lexus' started by Giannis, Oct 20, 2009.
And which one did you prefer? For some reason I like blue on this car.
The white one is spectacular and my choice over the metallic red. I also like silver too in the metal.
nevermind, Soup was faster...
First Chrom LFA wrapped by "Exotic Graphix" (AU)
Is that real or a model??
Its real, some LFA from Australia. It got studio photoshoot.
3 Lexus LFAs do SAAB-style synchronized drifting together
There is not sportscar as the LFA, that is both good at grip and drift. Really very special.
There are, and you know it
And a chrome LF-A (or any car really) is a bit overkill, no?
And you couldn't manage to arrange a test drive in either one? Pfffff!
This is definitely LFA 2. It sounds different in the midrange than the LFA. It begins to sound like an LFA once it hits very high revs. My guess is a bigger V10 engine.
This LFA and the IS-F must definitely be the enxt generations LFA and IS-F, or just the SC-F or LF-LC, whatever they call it.
Red Lexus LFA on 21" PUR Wheels
With 375 rear tires this one should have no launch problems.
Wow! I am stunned. It looks so aggressive. The stance is insane. It looks like it will eat anything up. Best looking exotic supercar of today.
Unfortunately, width plays smaller role in the ability to grip the pavement and more helpful in keeping the car flat through corners. The compound and tread pattern (the bigger the blocks, the grippier they are) are the only important factors as far as dry asphalt grip goes.
Lexus LFA owner does a video with launch control (listen closely in the video, the driver/owner seems to be actually a woman):
My jaws are on the floor!!
Cool ! Black LFA looks stealth. I'm sure the officer stopped here to see the car. I'd do the same.