The Lexus LFA Nürburgring is, without a doubt, one of the rarest supercars to date. With just 50 built for the global market, they bring new meaning to the word ‘exclusive,’ and having the last new Nürburgring LFA in the world is not just rare – it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity.
This particular LFA holds chassis #367 and is finished in Race Yellow over a Carbon and Black Alcantara interior with yellow stitching. The LFA is a representation of the perfectly engineered sports car, and even Jeremy Clarkson has repeatedly stated it is one of the best cars he has ever driven. Quite an endorsement from a man who has driven practically every supercar for sale on the market.
OpenRoad Lexus was lucky enough to find the last new untitled LFA Nürburgring from their friends at Servco Lexus Hawaii. They kept this vehicle new and untouched, wrapped in protective plastic since it had been received.
It arrived with just 30 documented miles on it from the factory and a further 10 miles were put on the vehicle moving it to and from exotic car shows over the past three years. It was delivered to OpenRoad on its numbered LFA cradle just as it left the LFA works, and should a buyer be international, it will be delivered it to them as such.
The vehicle was titled when it was imported to Canada, but its warranty did not go into effect until Aug. 3, 2015. This means that a comprehensive warranty is in effect until Aug. 3, 2019 or 80,000 km (approx. 50,000 miles) and the powertrain warranty lasts until Aug. 3, 2021 or 100,000 km (approx. 60,000 miles).
Of course, the real draw sits under the hood. A 4.8-liter V10 creates 563 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque, bringing its next owner the same power that brought the LFA race vehicles to 181 mph during the 24 Hours Nürburgring race. It’s 1 of just 50 LFAs to feature this package, 1 of 15 to feature this color and 1 of 2 in Canada. It’s currently offered for just $599,000 USD.
Take a closer look at this once-in-a-lifetime ownership opportunity in the gallery below, then hit the button to learn how it can become yours.
Photos by Kevin Uy, KevinUy.ca
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