The Lexus LFA is a CSR2 Flash Event Car of Season 120. The Lexus is not one of the fastest Cars in Tier 5
Lexus LFA Specifications
Lexus announced that there would be exactly 500 units when it unveiled the LFA super sports car in 2009. And the Japanese kept their word – unfortunately. Because with number 500, the last LFA left the Motomachi production facility in Aichi Prefecture in Japan on December 14, 2012.
That the LFA belongs to the Lexus family is most obvious from its L logo at the front. Otherwise, the racer has everything a super sports car needs in terms of looks: It is flat with a ground clearance of just 11.5 centimeters and has a fully clad underbody, huge air intakes at the front and a gigantic radiator grille at the rear.
The shape of the exterior mirrors directs air to the openings above the rear axle. The spoiler at the rear automatically extends at 80 km/h and retracts at 40 km/h.The heart of the Japanese car is a ten-cylinder V-engine. The development of the LFA’s ten-cylinder engine began at a time when downsizing was not yet the magic word in modern engine design. The engine also brings with it a number of superlatives.
The naturally aspirated unit is smaller than a conventional V8 and the cylinders are arranged at an angle of 72 degrees to each other. With a displacement of 4,805 cubic centimeters, the output of 560 hp results in a liter output of 116.5 hp. The engine is rated for a maximum of 9,000 rpm. The LFA achieves zero to 100 km/h in 3.7 seconds, with the electronic limit being set at 325 km/h. The car lashes forward powerfully with every burst of the throttle, although it still seems somehow comfortable. The power delivery is spontaneous, the engine revs up happily. It coos, bubbles and screeches, which we notice much more on the inside than on the outside.
The CSR2 LFA
The 5 purple star LFA can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Lexus should run 7.309s. To sum up, the Lexus is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
Lexus LFA tune and shift pattern
|NOS||235 / 5.0|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, 12mph 2nd, 2.000rpm 3rd and NOS, rest shifts at 10.000rpm|
|NOS||242 / 5.0|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, 10mph 2nd, 4.000rpm 3rd and NOS, rest late shifts at 10.000rpm|