It may have taken the better part of a decade for the LFA to become a reality, but the end result most definitely justified the wait.
While it didn’t break any records like the Nissan GT-R, it received universal acclaim thanks largely to its screaming naturally-aspirated 4.8-litre V10.
The engine of the LFA is so impressive, it necessitates the use of a completely digital gauge cluster as it can rev from idle to its 9000 redline in just six tenths of a second. T
Its 552hp output isn’t exactly spectacular by today’s standards, but it is the Formula 1-like howl of the V10 that makes this engine truly extraordinary.
Visually, the LFA looks composed, with its body designed not to be outrageous like that of, say, a Lamborghini, but optimized in a form-follows-function way. That being said, there’s certainly no mistaking it for anything else on the road.
This particular example is wearing a custom set of wheels. Specifically, the RS22 forged monoblock rims from PUR measuring 20×9.5 at the front and 20×11 at the rear and combining silver and gloss black elements. Is it just us, or do they work with the LFA’s looks?