Limited to just 500 units worldwide, the Lexus LFA is one of the most exclusive cars ever offered from Japan and fetching $375,000 when new, happens to also be the most expensive.
So when we stumbled upon a dealership in Florida with not one but two LFAs sitting on its showroom floor looking for new buyers, we were understandably flabbergasted.
The first of the two being offered by Fort Lauderdale Collection South is painted gloss black and has 2,160 miles on the clock. The black paint scheme is offset nicely by a set of silver wheels and red brake calipers while the interior is nothing but black leather, carbon fiber and some brushed aluminum parts.
Remarkably, the barely used supercar has an asking price of $395,000, just $20,000 more than its MSRP. That’s despite the fact that the model is so limited and fitted with one of the greatest production engines ever conceived, a screaming 4.8-liter V10.
As for the second LFA for sale, it is painted silver and is also fitted with red brake calipers but wheels that have a sleek chrome finish to them. The interior meanwhile is essentially identical to the other LFA except for the dark brown leather sitting in place of the black finishes. While this one doesn’t have an advertised price, the fact that it has fewer miles, just 674, means it will set back a buyer a touch over $400,000.