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2007 Lexus LF-A Concept

2007 Lexus LF-A Concept

2007 Lexus LF-A Concept

2007 Lexus LF-A Concept interior
Make Lexus
Model LF-A
Concept year 2007
Production year 2010
Engine V10

A Lexus LF-A concept was first revealed back in 2005, but was revived with alterations for 2007 at the Detroit Motor Show.

The Lexus LF-A is a high performance supercar concept powered by a mid-front mounted 500 horsepower V10 engine.

As with all recent Lexus vehicles, the styling of the 2007 LF-A is rooted in a design direction called L-finesse. The concept of L-finesse was used to shape and detail the original LF-A of 2005, and it was used to reshape, redetail and redefine the latest version. Lexus has further refined the styling of the new LF-A to enhance its exotic nature with a greater use of curved surfaces and interesting details.

An "F" logo, indicating the Lexus LF-A's status as a part of the new high performance"F" range, is located on each front fender

"The first LF-A was a pure concept, but one that we went so far as to conduct engineering analysis on," said Bob Carter, Lexus Division group vice president and general manager. "This latest concept is much closer to a vehicle that we would bring to market, and one in which we will be gauging consumer interest."

The production version of the LFA was finally revealed in October 2009. Deliveries of the first cars began in 2010.

Similar and related vehicles:
Lexus LFA (production car)
Lexus LF-A (2005)
Lexus LF-C

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