What It’s Like To Drive One Of The Best V10 Supercars: The Lexus LFA
Lexus did not muck around when it decided to create its first-ever and only supercar to date. The LFA program took off in 2000—an entire decade before the car itself went into final production in 2010.
This supercar earned praise for its excellent grip and handling, but it received the loudest plaudits for its V10 beating heart. The engine unit howls like a banshee, all the way to a 9,000 rpm redline, churning up an impressive 552 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. It also supplied enough grunt to rocket the LFA to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds, on its way to a 202 mph top speed.
The Lexus LFA continues to captivate the imagination of collectors and enthusiasts, growing in allure with each passing day. Watch this video from Tedward YouTube channel where they take it for a 1,200 mile road trip and enjoy the beautiful sound of arguably one of the best sounding V10 engines in the world.