The LFA is a high-performance sports car built by the Japanese-owned company Lexus. The first production models were produced in 2009. It has taken over racing duty for the company in many sports car racing events.
LFA AD-A Version
In 2012, the more race-ready version of the LFA, the AD-A began testing. At the left is a picture of it being tested at the Nürburgring Nordschleife in Germany, in mid-2012. It features a freer-flowing exhaust system and a deeper engine tone. The body also has extensive modifications to improve downforce, and has some bare carbon fiber components. The rims are a BBS 20-spoke design, as opposed to the stock 10-spoke option.