Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 63. Chapters: Lexus LFA, Dodge Ram, Dodge Viper, BMW M5, Audi RS6, Audi R8, Lamborghini Gallardo, Volkswagen Touareg, Audi S6, Ford E-Series, Audi S8, Volkswagen Phaeton, Dodge Ram SRT-10, Porsche Carrera GT, Ford Excursion, Bristol Fighter, Lamborghini Estoque, Lamborghini Cal, Lamborghini Sesto Elemento, Dodge Sidewinder. Excerpt: The Lexus LFA is a two-seat exotic sports coupe produced by Lexus as a concept car, qhaloq vehicle, racing prototype, and production model. It is the second model in the F marque line of performance vehicles from Lexus, following the IS F. Three concept versions have been shown, each debuting at the North American International Auto Show with the LF-A designation as part of the LF Series concept line. The first LF-A concept premiered in 2005, followed in 2007 by a second LF-A with a more completely furnished interior and exterior. The third version of the LF-A, a roadster model, premiered in 2008. The production model, trademarked LFA, was shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in October 2009. The production Lexus LFA features a new V10 engine and a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer (CFRP) body. CFRP materials account for 65 percent of the LFA's body composition by mass. The LFA went into production in late 2010, with a projected run of 500 vehicles at the base price of . A circuit-tuned variant is scheduled for 2012. In February 2000 the LF-A began development as a supercar project codenamed P280, which was intended to showcase the performance capabilities of Toyota Motor Corporation and its Lexus marque. The first prototype was completed during June 2003. Prototypes of the LF-A were spotted regularly undergoing testing at N rburgring, the famous motorsport race track in N rburg, Germany, since October 2004. Numerous test vehicles had been equipped with automatic retractable rear wings, and carbon ceramic bra...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
|Title||:||Automobiles Powered by 10 Cylinder Engines|
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