If the translucent Lexus is not your type, then the recently unveiled matte black finish Lexus LFA supercar might appeal to you. Priced as much as the translucent car, i.e., $375,000, the matte black finish supercar made its first appearance on the US soil in Las Vegas and is the costliest car produced by Lexus. The LFA is powered by a 4.8-liter V10 engine with 560 PS (552hp) and 354 ft-lbs of torque. The LFA can hit 62 mph in 3.7 seconds and tops out 202 mph courtesy of a six-speed sequential transmission and a weight of just 3,263 lbs. Lexus claims the V10 engine is smaller and lighter than many other V8 engines and uses 10 individual electronic throttle bodies for the best possible throttle response. The car is dressed in carbon fiber via a unique process. The cabin structure, too, is made of carbon fiber, which contributes to the car’s light-weight. The interior of the LFA consists of hi-tech gadgets, including a user-friendly Remote Touch mouse.
A sleek beauty, this supercar is sure to appeal to car enthusiasts and speedsters everywhere.