Lexus Introduces Million Dollar Super Car — LFA II

| April 12, 2012 at 5:45 pm
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Lexus Introduces Million Dollar Super Car — LFA II

Reports have it that Lexus is currently working on a more powerful car – one which costs nearly $1 million, and is dubbed the Lexus LFA II. The LFA II will be a successor to the already legendary LFA, which despite being a high performance vehicle draws criticism from some quarters over its lofty price tag. The LFA is powered by a 4.8 liter V10 engine producing 552-hp and can sprint from 0-62 mph in just 3.7 seconds with a top speed of 202 mph. The vehicle was so expensive when compared with its high performance competitors such as Ferrari and Nissan. You can get a Ferrari 458 Italia at $225,000 and a Nissan GT-R at $90,000. But, due to its brand name and performance, Lexus easily found enough customers without much effort.

The LFA, which offers technological triumph and exquisite exclusivity was a success and based on that victory, the automaker now plans to develop its successor. The new vehicle developed under the leadership of Akio Toyoda —Toyota’s CEO, is expected to deliver more power and will be an enormously impressive car in terms of performance. The new Lexus will cost around $1 million, while the existing Lexus price starts at $375,000. However, Lexus didn’t reveal more details regarding the specifications of LFA II. It will without doubt be an exclusive product like the LFA, and the automaker at this moment plans to produce just 100 units. Stay tuned to learn more about the Lexus LFA II in this space in the near future…

via Egmcartech

 





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