Lexus LFA Crashed in China
A very rare LFA finish in white has been crashed in the People's Republic of China. The Japanese supercar is already a rare sight there, as it costs 5.988.000 yuan or $912.000 after tax.
The LFA has a lot of carbon fiber that's expensive to fix and the engine is in the front, so at least the air intakes have been damaged.
Just as a quick reminder, we'll tell you the LFA has existed production in December last year. It's powered by a high-revving V10 engine and took a decade to develop.
There have been a lot of supercar crashes in China lately. Maybe somebody needs to tell them to keep the tranction control on.
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JAVIN CADET @ SANTA FE LEXUS