Although the components — including the frame, forks, seat, seat post, handlebars, wheels and cranks — are manufactured off site in Taiwan, they were designed by Lexus engineers and are hand-lacquered and assembled at the LFA Works. It also has a 22-speed gear system operated by an electronic derailleur with F1-style paddle shifters.
Only 100 examples will be made, of which 35 have been sold-to-date. Most are expected to stay in Japan, with just one destined for Canada and two for the United States. Each bike costs approximately $10,000, which makes it one of the more expensive bicycles on the market, but still a far cry from the $375,000 that the last vehicle produced at that factory commanded.