2014 Lucra L148 Supercar

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

The boutique car maker out of California is back with another track-ready beauty for the new year. After debuting their Lucra LC470 last year, the brand we’ve quickly fallen in love with introduces their new model, the 2014 Lucra LC148.

Just like their 2013 offering, Lucra opted for a carbon fiber constructed body, and shoved a powerful V8 engine under the hood. But this isn’t just any standard V8. This is Chevy’s 4.7 liter LS7 V8, the same one used in the Z06. The setup creates a monstrous 700 horsepower, and helps the 2-door sprint to 60 miles per hour from a standstill in just 2.5 seconds. Although their 2013 model started at $85,000, Lucra is raising the price on the L148, and interested buyers can expect to spend in the ballpark of $250,000 when the vehicle begins hitting the scene during the Spring season of 2014.

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