The Lexus LF line is a series of concept cars built by Lexus, the luxury vehicle division of Toyota Motor Corporation. The “LF” line utilizes L-finesse, a specific design direction by Lexus. The design language of L-finesse was first introduced on the LF Series concepts and has now extended to all new vehicles in the Lexus lineup. These vehicles feature new design cues which derive from the L-finesse philosophy of “Intriguing Elegance,” “Incisive Simplicity,” and “Seamless Anticipation.” New vehicle technologies include advanced instrumentation, multiple driver-selected vehicle configurations, hybrid and experimental powertrains, and unconventional driver interface designs.
The LF-A is a 2-door exotic concept car built as a prospective halo car for the Lexus division. Lexus displayed a roadster version of the LF-A concept car designated LF-A Roadster or LF-AR. Initial specifications for the roadster are a V10 engine under 5.0 L with over 500 hp (373 kW) and a top speed of over 200 mph. The LF-A Roadster show model featured side cameras in place of standard mirrors, and a two-tone interior. The model was designated with “F” badges indicating its place as a member of the Lexus F performance division.
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