National Geographic Channel has visited the Motomachi plant in Japan, where the Lexus LFA was being assembled.
If you’re a fan of the Lexus LFA than you’ve come to the right place because the full video with National Geographic’s Megafactories’ visit to the Motomachi plant in Japan can be seen below. As a quick reminder, the Lexus LFA has stopped its production on the 14th of December, 2012, after the whole 500 units have been assembled. The supercar will continue to inspire other future Lexus models and a successor of the impressive and very expensive LFA is rumored to make its way onto the market soon.
The Lexus LFA is a sports coupe with two seats which came in two body styles, two-door coupe and two-door roadster. The Japanese supercar is 4,505 mm long, 1,895 mm wide and 1,220 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,605 mm and a total weight of 1,480-1,580 kg (3,263-3,483 lb). The Lexus LFA has been produced in 500 units, 20 monthly, and it was assembled in Motomachi, Toyota City, Japan. You can watch National Geographic’s Megafactories – Lexus LFA full video below. Enjoy!
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