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Lexus LFA crashes in China

By RchLuvSlly on 12 Apr 2013

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To build this particular model dubbed the LFA, the luxury division under Toyota, Lexus, took a whole decade. That's not to mention the additional ten days required to find blemishes the model might potentially carry. However, it seems that the Chinese donít need that long to blemish the supercar.

Recently, there had been a crash in China involving a while Lexus LFA - a hard to find model that costs 5,988,000 Yuan or around US$970,000 after tax.

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The owner will have to fork out more out of his pockets to fix his supercar. The car is mostly made of carbon fibre and is thus harder to fix. As you can see from one of the images, the owner has crashed nearly half the car from the front so we can safely assume that the air intakes are no longer in working shape.

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What a misfortune it is for the V10 supercar that hasn't seen much tarmac yet!

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RchLuvSlly
Written by RchLuvSlly
Being a car enthusiast since his childhood, cars always make Richie Setiawan curious and want to find out more about them.



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Wormvirus Apr 12 2013 07:50 PM
farmers turn millionaire overnight what else is new?
GrandCruiser Apr 12 2013 08:25 PM
"it seems that the Chinese donít need that long to blemish the supercar."

Quit mentioning the race. It can happen anywhere in the world.
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