0-260 kmh In A Lexus LFA
In today’s world of supercars it is almost impossible to buy one without the launch control system. The 2011 Lexus LFA is no exception to this rule and although with its 0-60 mph sprint time of 3.7 seconds it is not the fastest out there, it still is a very quick car nevertheless.
The driver of this LFA pushes the supercar all the way up to 260 km/h (approximately 163 mph) before he decides to take his foot off the throttle. The video posted below focuses on the LFA’s tachometer as the car bolts from a starting line with the aforementioned launch control lending its welcomed assistance.
As a reminder, the Lexus LFA has a V10 engine that is capable of outputting 553 @ 8,700 rpm and a 354 lb.-ft (480 Nm) of torque @ 6,800 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speeed automated gearbox that has four selectable modes of driving and a 7-stage shift-speed selector than can upshift in only 0.2 seconds. With this hardware combo, the LFA has a top speed of 325 km/h (202 mph).
Source: Lexus Enthusiast via AutoBlog
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