The Lexus LFA has received a new satin black finish from Artisan Spirits which is making the supercar look even more aggressive than the standard one.
The Lexus LFA may have left the production line quite some time ago but this still remains one interesting ride which will be remembered over the years and modifying such a supercar means that you will risk it all. However, a good paintjob can mean the world in most cases so this satin black finished one is definitely making it more attractive, along with the gloss black spokes on the wheels, the red painted brake calipers, the Artisan Spirits front splitter, carbon fiber rear lip and side skirts.
The Japanese based automaker Lexus has produced the LFA between 2010 and 2012, in Motomachi, Toyota City, Japan. The supercar was offered in a two-door coupe body style and it had a front mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The vehicle stands at 4,505 mm long, 1,895 mm wide, 1,220 mm tall and with a wheelbase of 2,605 mm. Power is being provided by a 4.8 liter V10 engine which is capable of producing a total output of 560 HP (412 kW), at 8,700 rpm, and it has a peak torque of 480 Nm (354 lb-ft), available from 3,700 rpm. The engine is redlining at 9,000 rpm but the fuel cutoff has been set at 9,500 rpm. From 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph), the model needs 3.7 seconds and top speed stands at 326 km/h (203 mph).