This Lexus LFA Is One of Just Six LFAs Finished in Pearl Yellow, And It Has Been Driven Just 72 Miles

Here is your chance to acquire the pinnacle of Japanese Automotive Engineering

The Lexus LFA represented the pinnacle of Japanese Automotive Engineering

With this HALO car for the brand Akio Toyoda wanted to shrug off the Japanese automakers boring image

He gave complete freedom to his engineers and they ended up with nothing short of a master piece

This particular pearl Yellow example is one of just 500 ever made and has sat at Lexus dealership for 9 years

It has only 72 miles on the clock, so it's only been driven a handful of times

The supercar is powered by a 4.8-liter V-10 that was co developed with Yamaha and produces a total of 552 HP and 334 LB-FT of torque

When revved up, the LFA's engine sounds like something you'd find in an F1 car.

The interior is less spectacular, however, being a Lexus, expect everything to be well screwed together

One highlight of the interior has to be the full digital instrument cluster. The circular rev counter moves depending on the driving mode

This particular LFA is well specd and has the optional headlight washer

The car is riding on 20" Silver BBS Wheels with Bridgestone Potenza Tires

We think that the next LFA might be around the corner with some form of hybrid powertrain

But until that happens, heres your chance to get hold of the older one. The car is available at

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