Spy photos of Lexus LF-A surface

Posted on Thursday, 24 September 2009 , 14:09:56 byEmil

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Spy photos of Lexus LF-A surface

What we have here is a new set of spy photos in which we can see the next generation Lexus LF-A. This time we can see the Lexus LF-A in a matte black color. We can practically see the Lexus LF-A almost completely undisguised, without any obvious signs of camouflage. A couple of days ago we had the opportunity to see a white Lexus LF-A prototype that, at that time, had some camouflage on it.

This matte black Lexus LF-A was spotted doing some test drives on the famous Nurburgring track. We can still see some black tape that is used to hide the details around the lighting. Still, despite this black tape, we get to see very clearly the new mirrors, the three section grille, the hood vents and the front spoiler. We can also get to see very sharp contours at the front, leaving the impression of a modified car by a tuning company. Obviously, this is not the case.

Other very important visible details include steep side sills that take on to the air intakes which join very wheel with the rear wheel wells. At the back we get to see a clear view of the rear LED lights that are still slightly covered. The back end rear fascia is almost completely visible and is perfectly completed by the triple exhaust pipes that are incorporated by a rear diffuser.

Rumors claim that the Lexus LF-A will get its power from a 4.8 liter V10 engine that has an output of about 600 horsepower. Other very interesting rumors claim that the Japanese automaker will publicly present the Lexus LF-A during the Tokyo Auto Show that will take place next month in Japan.

Photos via worldcarfans.com


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