Last Friday, the last Lexus LFA supercar rolled off the assembly line at the Motomachi Plant in Aichi Prefecture. Lexus started the production exactly two years ago and just one LFA was produced per day. In total 500 LFA supercar’s left the assembly line. The production team included 170 hand picked takumi workers who were involved in parts manufacturing, vehicle assembly and painting.
The knowledge from the LFA engineering will directly influence new Lexus products along with carbon fiber products that will be applied to future vehicles.
The last model was a white LFA with a Nürburgring Package producing 562 horsepower from a naturally aspirated 4.8 liter V10.
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