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Take a Look at the 2012 Lexus LFA with 3900 Miles

Image Source: Jarlat Maletych / Shutterstock

The Lexus LFA is known as one of the top Japanese supercars ever created, featuring a powerful V10 engine that offers outstanding performance without compromising on handling or fuel efficiency. Despite a meticulous 10-year development process, the car initially struggled to sell when it was released in 2012. Over time, the LFA has achieved legendary status among JDM car enthusiasts and has seen its value more than double from its original price of $375,000.

Finding a Lexus LFA available for purchase today is incredibly rare, but we’ve located one with only three days remaining before the auction closes.

This particular 2012 Lexus LFA, currently listed for sale on Bring A Trailer, is the 173rd out of 500 units produced during a two-year production period. Despite having 3,900 miles on the clock, the car remains in impeccable condition, indicating minimal use.

The exterior of the vehicle is finished in Absolutely Red, while the interior features 10-way power-adjustable seats upholstered in black leather with red seatback accents. The dashboard, door panels, carpets, and headliner all sport a sleek black finish. Additionally, it is equipped with deluxe amenities including a Mark Levinson 12-speaker surround-sound system, metallic brownish-black trim, a DVD/CD changer, Bluetooth connectivity, voice control, navigation, and a hill-assist system.

Although the LFA offers a plush interior, it stays true to its roots as a high-performance machine. Engineered by Lexus to deliver exceptional handling, the car emits an exhaust note that is nothing short of remarkable. Enhancing its performance are floor-mounted billet machined aluminum foot pedals and a digital gauge cluster with accessible buttons for quick setting adjustments.

The true standout feature of the LFA is its robust 4.8-liter V10 engine, capable of generating an impressive 552 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque. The engine produces a spine-tingling sound that is raw and pure, considered by many as one of the best engine notes ever heard.

This vehicle remains in its original state, featuring a Torsen limited-slip differential, factory carbon-ceramic Brembo brakes, and bi-xenon headlamps with headlamp cleaners.

If you are in search of a rare JDM car with a V10 powerhouse, this is an opportunity not to be missed!

Image Source: Jarlat Maletych / Shutterstock

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