This striking two-seater super sports car will get a V10 engine. Until now the car's power train was a secret and Lexus also didn't tell where the engine will be located.
Now it appears as if the LF-A will be front-engined and rear-wheel drive.
However, some are surprised that Lexus opted for a V10 engine as F1 is on the V8 route for 2006. It was widely believed that the LF-A was suppose to be a showcase for Toyota's F1 philosophy.
But with Honda readying its new V10 NSX and Nissan also hinting at a new super car with its GT-R concept, it would be no surprise if the LF-A goes into production.