Lexus LFA Supercar Spotted… in Red

Colum Wood
by Colum Wood

When Lexus first unveiled its LFA supercar, the V10-powered exotic was painted a pristine white – a popular choice for modern high-performance vehicles from the BMW M3 to Porsche GT3. The next time the LFA made an appearance, it was at the SEMA Show. Assuming just one vehicle was in production, we expected to see all 552-hp of Japanese awesomeness in the same white coat, but were excited to behold a ferocious matte-black monster. Since then, both white and black cars have appeared at everything from the LA Auto Show to the Detroit Auto Show.

Recently, however, several shots of a red LFA have surfaced, as well as some video of the car being tested by Japanese journalists.

There’s nothing new to tell, but plenty to look at.

[Source Farm of Minds and YouTube]

See video and more photos of the red LFA after the jump:

lexus lfa supercar spotted in red
lexus lfa supercar spotted in red
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  • Ronald Jeremy Hyatt Ronald Jeremy Hyatt on Jun 20, 2010

    Looks like a 100k to 120k ride, no 400k or 20k plus a month lease. Who the heck would pay that for a toyoda? And what's with the gap on the hood, it is worse than my GP.

  • Z2cents Z2cents on Jun 21, 2010

    A guy who drives a GP talking about 100k and 400k cars. Ask the people who actually drive cars in that range and the last thing you will hear is concern about the price. Hopefully someday you will know. Red is gorgeous.