Lexus LFA

Lexus LFA

LFA

 A Supercar In Every Sense

Three different processes of carbon fiber construction are used throughout the LFA’s chassis. However, when it came to forming the A-pillar and roofline, there was no way to create such a complex three-dimensional shape. The solution: We invented a loom that weaves carbon fiber strands in 3-D.

0 to 9,000 in
0.6 SECONDS

Beneath a hooded instrument panel lies a Thin Film Transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) panel and a motor-driven ring that houses the LFA’s legendary tachometer. Its digital needle was the only way to accurately keep up with the V10 that revs from idle to 9,000 RPM in 0.6 seconds.