A rare Lexus LFA has been recently spotted revving its engine at Cars & Coffee in San Francisco.
The Lexus LFA may be long gone from production but it is showing exactly what Toyota is capable of when it really wants to so because this is one of the best supercars to have been created, spotting one doing something out of the ordinary will always assure it a place in our video section. The clip posted below is showing such a model revving its engine at Cars & Coffee in San Francisco. If this has convinced you to scroll down and click the play button, you should also plug in your headphones, for better quality.
The Lexus LFA has been in production between 2010 and 2010 and this is a two-seat supercar assembled in Motomachi, Toyota City, Japan. The model was only offered in a two-door coupe body style, with a front mid-engine and rear-wheel drive layout. The Lexus LFA stands at 4,505 mm long, 1,895 mm wide and 1,220 mm tall, with a 2,605 mm long wheelbase. The supercar was first seen as a concept, back in 2005, followed by its second premiere in 2008. The full unveil has been made at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. Power to it is being provided by a 560 HP (412 kW) at 8,700 rpm and 480 Nm (354 lb-ft) of torque available at 6,800 rpm 4.8 liter V10 engine, connected to a 6-speed sequential transmission. The 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) sprint was made in 3.7s and top speed stood at 325 km/h (202 mph).