2012 Lexus LFA is today’s trailer auction pick

2012 Lexus LFA is our Bring a Trailer Auction Pickbring a trailer

  • Developed by combining the engineering strengths of Toyota and Lexus, Lexus LFAis one of Japan’s leading supercars, manufactured from 2010 to 2012.

  • The driving experience is all about the V-10 engine that accelerates like a banshee, revving to 9000 rpm in the blink of an eye.

  • This example is a white future classic with only 2300 miles on the odometer. be put up for auction Until May 9th.

A fun thought experiment is to imagine what you would use to burn the last jerrycan of high-octane fuel.One more drag strip sprint dodge demon?Go around Laguna Seca Ferrari F40? Well, here’s one of your options.? It’s a Venn diagram superposition between performance and instruments through combustion.

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Today’s recommended items on the auction site bring a trailer (In other words, car and driver, part of Hearst Autos) is this very low mileage 2012 Lexus LFA that is immaculate. Chassis number 468 was one of 500 produced, and his 4.8-liter V-10 engine is one of the best-sounding engines ever built. The car and the long tunnel are basically Pavarotti culminating in “Nessun Dolma,” an otherworldly experience. “No one should sleep”, indeed.

We’ll talk more about the V-10 in a moment, but first a quick overview of what makes the rest of the LFA so special. Lexus took supercar engineering so seriously that its engineers had to come up with an entirely new kind of loom to weave the carbon fiber that makes up most of the LFA’s chassis. Think of the same level of unified effort that goes into launching an innovative product. 1989 LS400Next, target limited production hypercars that run on the most advanced technology of the time.

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Into this composite setup, Lexus has placed a gem: the 1LR-GUE V-10. His 10-cylinder engine with a displacement of 4.8 liters produces 552 horsepower at 8700 rpm, redline is 9000 rpm and fuel cut-off is 9500 rpm. At the time, Lexus announced that it had installed a digital rev counter that could keep up with the engine’s revs (from idling to 9,000 rpm in 0.6 seconds), which an analog meter couldn’t keep up with.

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