Jeremy Clarkson fell in love with the Lexus LFA’s screaming 4.8-liter V10 engine.
Lexus built just 50 of these stunning machines – and the starting bid for this one is almost $600k.
Despite building only 500 units and getting raving reviews, Lexus had a hard time selling all of them.
We at least get to hear the angry roar of the mighty Lexus LFA one more time.
They could be mules for the LFA’s successor or test beds for Toyota’s upcoming hybrid hypercar.
This LFA will be auctioned in Monterey later this month by RMSothebys.
Lexus will showcase this unique LFA-based Art Car at the 24 Hours of Spa this weekend, over six and a half years since production ended.
Luckily, nobody was injured in this Lexus LFA accident.
This very rare Lexus LFA is coming up for auction in Florida next month.
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