Access yes, but not for public consumption.Are you able to get a hold of any blueprints/CAD images, clay models, and specs? I know it doesn't really matter now, but it would be fun to see what could have been. Kinda like how GM released all stuff on all those stillborn engine-mid Corvettes.
They are testing the transaxle widebody variant of the Supra, the LFA is being used since it uses a transaxle and has a longer wheelbase to compensate for the wider track to achieve the golden ratio. The additional 5 inches in length will be between the front subframe and A pillar allowing the entire engine to be behind the carbon fiber subframe manufactured by Manga making the car front-mid engined. This variant will rival the 911, AMG GT, and F type like initially rumored ~4 years ago.I'm happy this thread was brought back from the dead. A70, what was Lexus doing with this LFA?