Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The Lexus LF-A made it's formal debut four years ago at the 2008 Detroit Auto Show. Since then, we haven't heard much about the LF-A Roadster even after the coupe was officially released in 2010. So a lot of eye brows raised when this LF-A Roadster drifted in at the Tokyo Auto Salon competition.
The only thing that separates this LF-A Roadster from the Roadster that debuted in Detroit is the roll-bar in the middle. Roll-bars usually appear on cars when it's custom-chopped. But with a price tag over three-hundred grand and Toyota/Lexus very stricted lease options for the LF-A, we can see someone taking this pricy supercar to the chop shop. But then again, the Maybach was chopped... Twice.