Toyota has just announced that it will upgrade the LF-A’s 4.8L V10 engine to 5.0L — delivering an incredible 500hp with a top speed of 200mph — and use a carbon fiber chassis instead of the original aluminum. The car weighs just 2,600 pounds and will make its debut as a pace car in the 2007 Japanese Grand Prix.

Toyota has decided to make major changes to its Lexus LF-A concept in order to make it the “most luxurious, best handling and safest supercar ever,” reports AutoExpress magazine.

[via LeftLaneNews]

Toyota has just announced that it will upgrade the LF-A’s 4.8L V10 engine to 5.0L — delivering an incredible 500hp with a top speed of 200mph — and use a carbon fiber chassis instead of the original aluminum. The car weighs just 2,600 pounds and will make its debut as a pace car in the 2007 Japanese Grand Prix.

Toyota has decided to make major changes to its Lexus LF-A concept in order to make it the “most luxurious, best handling and safest supercar ever,” reports AutoExpress magazine.

[via LeftLaneNews]