Apart from the obvious (the car does exist), little, if not nothing is known about the car. The biggest asset of the car still remains the biggest unknown. The engine which will propel the LFA can be anything from a 500 horsepower V10 to a twin-turbo V8. Only one thing remains certain: whatever the choice of engine, it will develop around the 480-500 horsepower threshold.
Visually, the looks of the LF-A cannot be clearly distinguished underneath all that cover. What we can see on the first ever Lexus supercar in these photos is the retractable rear wing. On the sides, large air intakes are located both above the side skirts and upper on the car, at the rear of the windows.
This version will use a 4.8l V10 engine, mated to a sequential manual gearbox. If you wonder why we told you about this, it is because the car will race in the Division 2 SP8, which means "engine-close-to-production". How close, we will have to way and see, but most likely the Lexus LF-A will not be here until the year is over.