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We took a spin in the most expensive and most exotic Toyota/Lexus vehicle of all time at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, Calif.
Under the LFA's long hood is a 553-horsepower V-10. This 4.8-liter, all-aluminum engine is lighter than the 3.5-liter V-6 found under the hood of your average Toyota Camry.
The engine is mounted so that much of its weight actually sits on or inboard of the front suspension components, helping to create an optimal weight balance.
However, the six-speed sequential automatic transmission is not located in the engine bay. It actually sits near the rear of the vehicle on the rear axle.
Much of the LFA's chassis is made of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP), which shaves hundreds of pounds from the curb weight.
Even the hood prop is made of carbon fiber and feels as light as a ballpoint pen.
The LFA features aerodynamic aids that are integrated into the vehicle styling.
At speeds above 50 mph (or at the flip of a switch), the LFA's rear spoiler rises to help create downforce.
Big 20-inch wheels are filled with massive carbon ceramic brakes designed by Brembo.
At an asking price of $375,000, the LFA is more expensive than a Ferrari 458 Italia. Whether it's worth the dough, however, is completely subjective.