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Lexus LFA Looks Gorgeous In Both Small And Big Car Segment

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The Lexus LFA is a gorgeous car. And we mean in its looks, performance, and impression. It has some rich background too.

Lexus, Toyota’s talented luxury unit started work o the LF series in the early 2000s. It would take all the way to 2005 for the first LF-A to debut.

Two years down the line in 2007 a second concept, this time greatly and generously furnished both interior and exterior was brought in. Further down in 2008, the third version this time a roadster body style was introduced.

It was the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show where the production car would be unveiled. Its been ten years since and the LFA still paints the picture of a capable machine.

Under the hood, the Lexus LF-A wears a 4.8-liter V10 engine that produces an acceptable 560 HP at 9,000 RPM. It will take the Lexus LF-A a paltry 3.7 secs to dash from 0 to 60 MPH. The top speed of this easy sedan is 202 MPH.

But this is a car that brings with it a host of friendly technologies. It drives on a rear-mounted, six-speed automated manual transaxle fitted alongside a Torsen limited-slip differential. It uses Brembo carbon-ceramic brake setup.

Lexus never disappoints, whether, on a simple sedan or a behemoth monster SUV, we are mostly left asking for more. The LX series, as well as the LC, are some of Lexus’s most iconic developments in recent times and it is trying hard to continue releasing road-legal sedans that are epic.

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