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2011 Lexus LFA

2011 Lexus LFA in Fast Five, Movie, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: JP

2011 Lexus LFA

Position 01:58:56 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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DigitalLuke64DD EN

2011-04-30 11:04

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Impossible to actually be in the film as its set before Tokyo Drift (2006)

deltagolf FI

2011-04-30 11:54

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LFA, not LF-A... the name LF-A was only for the concept versions, while the production version is called LFA.

Noisebomb09 US

2011-05-21 09:09

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DigitalLuke64DD wrote Impossible to actually be in the film as its set before Tokyo Drift (2006)


Tokyo Drift was released in 2006, but the year is never said in the movie

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2011-06-07 23:05

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Noisebomb09 wrote

Tokyo Drift was released in 2006, but the year is never said in the movie


In Fast and Furious, Mia says to Brian "Thats what you have to say to me after 5 years?". The first movie was in 2001, so that means it has to be set in 2006.

JENSDONT BE

2011-06-28 11:11

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Only 500 made... :wow:

antp BE

2011-08-31 13:32

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That supposedly German highway does not look very genuine to me

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-08-31 13:46

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At least the car appears to be EU-spec, because the number plate at the back fits properly. :)

antp BE

2011-08-31 14:23

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If they only made 500 of it, I doubt they made a different back for the US-specs versions ;)

ingo DE

2011-08-31 22:35

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antp wrote That supposedly German highway does not look very genuine to me


It's definetely a faked Autobahn. It seems not even in Europe. Nothing is authentic. Worst faked are the signs on the first thumbnail. Plus the fact, that there, where anything arbitrary with "Rhein-Neckar" is, no sign to Berlin will be there. A few hundred kilometers far away. And there is no direct Autobahn between that area and Berlin.

rjluna2 US

2011-09-01 00:44

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antp wrote That supposedly German highway does not look very genuine to me

The road looks American to me. Standard white lane division paint with solid yellow paint for the left side.

mnstrmn1 US

2011-09-04 08:05

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hey look its the lexus that cost $410,000

audicrazy US

2011-11-02 01:55

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Ridiculous price

S 415 GT DE

2012-06-20 22:01

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I wished the real Autobahns were as empty as this faked one.

ingo DE

2012-06-21 18:32

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For that choose an early Sunday morning. Or tomorrow evening after 20:45 ;)

S 415 GT DE

2012-06-21 19:47

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A good time for finding out the cars Top Speed.

jettalover US

2012-06-22 01:52

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How about an answer to antp's rear license plate question.

xvoidx DE

2012-09-28 23:36

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That license plate looks a lot like a german license plate, judging by the vehicle inspection stickers (TÜV-Plakette). On the left hand side of the plate there's a dark blue region with a little white letter at the bottom. I can see that it's a single letter, but I can't make out which one. A german license plate would have a little "D" there.

If it's supposed to be a german license plate, then they made a mistake by mixing letters and digits there.

The sign reads "P 0P 52N" (that's a zero). German license plates consist of 1-3 letters for the area or town where the car is registered ("P" is for Potsdam), then one or two letters and finally a number with 1-4 digits. There are some exceptions, but none look like this.

Actually, none of the regular EU license plates mix letters and digits this way, as far as I know.

But apart from that, it looks like a real license plate. The letters and the spacing look right and they even got the above-mentioned vehicle inspection stickers.

Also, the license plate in the front is missing.

-- Last edit: 2012-09-28 23:57:20

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-09-28 23:41

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Yes, it's supposed to be Germany (but filmed somewhere else).

Carmaker1 EN

2012-12-01 22:22

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This was sold in 2011, therefore it is at least a 2011 model.

Gruszku PL

2013-03-06 20:14

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Beautiful machine, awesome sound.

Game-oholic 94 US

2013-04-14 04:02

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DigitalLuke64DD wrote

In Fast and Furious, Mia says to Brian "Thats what you have to say to me after 5 years?". The first movie was in 2001, so that means it has to be set in 2006.

Maybe she should've said "...after 10 years." That would mean that the film took place in 2011 (2 years after the year "Fast & Furious" came out, and the same year as "Fast Five"), because we've seen all these 2011 cars in the films, and a 2012 Dodge Charger in Fast & Furious 6, but I don't think it would've mattered when the two years pass by to 2011. But at least it would make the movies seem a little less anachronistic when watching them, if you know what I mean.

-- Last edit: 2013-04-16 00:19:08

max_bramante IT

2014-01-27 12:19

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My favourite exotic.

max_bramante IT

2015-04-22 22:46

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audicrazy wrote Ridiculous price

Said by an Audi's bimbo-fan...

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