The FINEST LFA for sale - UNIQUE! #463 of 500 made!
  • Sport
  • Black
  • Alcantara/Leather/Carbon Fibre
  • 4.8L V10
  • 6 Speed Paddle Shifter
  • RWD
  • 1,939
  • 00460
  • JTHHX8BH3C1000460

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San Francisco Motorsports

Toll Free: 800-969-1608

1421 Francisco Blvd E

San Rafael, CA 94901

415-259-5553

Are you looking for the finest LFA for sale?  This is it!   Just serviced and inspected by the LFA-Certified Lexus dealer, this car has NO issues, and shows now wear whatsoever.   No scrapes on the bottom, no scrapes on the rear diffuser, etc., etc.  It is ready to go.  UNIQUE, 1 of 450 Lexus Sport LFA’s ever produced!   Like all LFA’s, it is powered by a 72-degree bank angle 4.8-liter V10 engine with a maximum output of 560 HP delivered at 8,700 rpm. Its maximum torque output of 354 lb·ft arrives at 6,800 rpm, 90 percent of which is available from 3,700 rpm. The engine redlines at 9,000 rpm, and is constructed using forged aluminum pistons, forged titanium connecting rods, and solid titanium valves. The V-angle of the LFA's V-10 engine is set to 72-degrees to allow for even firing from the pistons without the use of a split-journal crankshaft, thus improving engine efficiency as well as lowering overall weight. Dry sump lubrication prevents engine oil starvation through high speed corners and lowers the engine's center of mass. Air is fed directly from beneath the hood through a visible slit passing into a dual stage variable intake manifold and then into ten individual throttle bodies before finally exiting from a dual-stage titanium muffler. 

The LFA's engineers selected a V10 engine over an equivalent displacement V8 engine for its ability to rev higher, and over a V12 for its lower reciprocating mass, allowing for more rapid engine response. Lexus claims their engine can rev from idle to its redline in 0.6 seconds and an analog tachometer needle could not accurately track the LFA's changes in engine speeds. This necessitated the use of a digital tachometer which can instantly display engine speed.   Engineers attempted to make the engine sound like that of a Formula One car with high revs, while at the same time maintaining reliability and vibration control. Along with other manufacturers such as Ferrari, Toyota had produced their own F1 engines and chassis designs.  Fun fact: the exhaust note has been described by Toyota engineers as the "roar of an angel", and a US television spot later used the engine sound to shatter a champagne glass via resonance frequency.

The powerplant gives the LFA a weight-to-power ratio of 5.9 lb/hp and enables it to accomplish 0-60 MPH in just 3.6 seconds and reach an electronically limited top speed of 202 MPH.  The engine is installed with a front mid-engine placement. According to Chief Engineer Haruhiko Tanahashi a front engine layout was selected instead of a mid-engine layout as it is inherently more forgiving dynamically, affording less experienced drivers a wider safety net of driving, yet still provides a high performance chassis.  Race driver Tanner Foust ran a lap around Infineon Raceway in 1:44 – truly supercar territory!  The production Lexus LFA features a carbon fiber-reinforced polymer which accounts for 65 percent of the LFA's body composition. 

In February 2016 European boss Alain Uyttenhoven confirmed that there would be no new LFA replacement in the near future, stating: “The LFA is an icon now and possibly always will be - we don't need to replace it to keep that status. It is a car we can reference for another 25 years if we choose. Its status is assured."

This particular car is like new – in stunning Black with red brake calipers, optional polished Lexus wheels and a black alcantara/carbon fibre interior, it looks as good as it goes!  A California car since new, it has no issues and has never been mistreated.  Every inch of the exterior is covered in protective clear bra.  Additionally, it includes the carbon fibre custom Lexus Tumi luggage set engraved with the car’s VIN, and includes the LFA car cover as supplied by the factory, the Lexus First Aid Kit, and of course both original keys and remotes.   With just 1,939 miles from new, it is indistinguishable from a new car, never having been tracked or driven aggressively.   It is ready to be driven and enjoyed, as it appreciates in value due to its rarity – at the market-correct $419,000 price, it is ready to be driven and enjoyed!   www.sfmotorsports.com 415-259-5488  



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