Spotted: Lexus LFA for sale

Only 500 examples of the awesome Lexus LFA supercar were made in its short, two-year production span. When new, demand outstripped supply; and the same is true for pre-owned examples of our depreciation-proof modern classic. On the rare occasion when one does come up for sale, it is usually snapped-up by appreciative enthusiasts.

With that in mind, you may want to move quickly on this newly advertised example.

Offered for sale by exotic automobile purveyor Art & Revs in Luxembourg, this jet black Lexus LFA with red leather interior appears to be a truly remarkable find.

According to its published history, the car was built in 2012, the final year of production, and sold new in the United States to its first owner. By 2014 the LFA had accumulated just 600km, at which point it was purchased by its second owner and imported to the United Kingdom and registered with the number plate F1 GLO.

Now displaying just 1,800km (around 1,100 miles), we are informed that the car has just been treated to a full service by an LFA-trained Lexus technician in line with instructions provided by Lexus UK. Its condition is referred to “as new” with no scratches, dents or stone chips on the bodywork, adding that it is “a fine example that will satisfy the most demanding enthusiast.”

Interestingly, this very car was recently featured in Evo magazine’s five-star review and history of the model. Click here to read the article online.

So now to the most important question: How much is this iconic machine being offered for? It can be yours for a cool 525,000 € (approx. £468,000)

Learn more: Untold history of the Lexus LFA

Comments (9)

  1. One of the loveliest modern cars ever made . Albeit I have not driven the RCF it seems that this more affordable “comparable” car did not live up to it’s expectations.

  2. This car is one of the many reasons why I love Lexus. I have admired Lexus for the last 3 years or so. I think when they made the decision to make the design of their cars more modern, thats when they changed from being a really nice drive to the all round package.

    1. Hi Aurelien,
      Thank you for contacting us. The Lexus LFA is rarely offered for sale, given its very limited production run of just 500 units. Our recommendation is that if you do spot one for sale – which will be most likely at a specialist car retailer – act quickly. Similar to all our others cars we would also recommend getting it serviced by experts. Please find an article about this: Best of luck.

  3. Japanese if you can whatever you buy. Built to last. Not the last word in styling but atmospheric sound and experience!

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