Video: The first privately owned Lexus LF-A is a visual delight

Lexus LF-A is the Japanese attempt at making supercars and it is not at all a bad attempt given the sweet aural pleasure it produces through the V10 engine it has fitted in the carbon fiber web construction.

However, when the LF-A was first launched the news was that like the Ferrari’s FXX program, LF-A will be given to select customers but it will kept with Lexus but today, the chassis number 003 has been delivered to a normal customer and he instantly took it to Road Atlanta and called in 18-years-old Zak Kerbelis to shot, edit and produce this spectacular video of the LF-A.

It has been alleged that the first two chassis #001 and 002 has been given to company insiders and the third, this is it and you will not see a LF-A presented better than how Zak Kerbelis has managed to.

The video of owner Roy giving the LFA a thorough trashing round the Road Atlanta race track in the US is one of the best and most moving we’ve seen in a while. The 560 hp V10 makes one of the most epic noises ever, and if you don’t believe us, just watch the video.

Baber K. Khan

An auto enthusiast trying to bring car media mainstream.