while this sound is probably "enhanced" I can't hear the turbos spooling which means it is probably very low pressure turbo delivering ~400 hp without electric motors
Drilled rotors would have looked so much better
I could be wrong but your only assumption that they are low pressure turbos is not being able to hear them. As I said above that sounds clip doesn't sound like the gas is pressed to any significant degree and even if it were, in all other high power turbo cars out now, in stock form, you can't hear the turbos. I've driven the Gtr, all breeds of 911 turbo and recently the 650s and mp4, and none had audible turbos.
I think you are jumping to a massive conclusion, but it is possible, just unlikely based on that evidence.
I find it hard to believe they will shutdown the plant after all the money they spent building it. They spent over $1 million just on the floor to keep it museum quality. That website does not list any source.
I PERSONALLY know that is complete BS....
Actually I believe the LFA cost north of 450,000. Atleast here in Canada but even in the States it was definitely more than $400,000. The only thing nice to said about it was the incredible sound it made. Other than that, it was just seriously outclassed.LFA cost $350,000 providing the performance of a $250,000 to $300,000 Lambo or Ferrari. LFA doesn't sell because it's too expensive instead of no test drive.
LFA cost $350,000 providing the performance of a $250,000 to $300,000 Lambo or Ferrari. LFA doesn't sell because it's too expensive instead of no test drive.