This Lexus LFA Has Only 177 Miles And A Massive Price

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The bidding hasn't even ended yet.

The legacy of the Lexus LFA is more powerful than ever. Built from December 2010 until December 2012 on a dedicated assembly line in Japan, the LFA is often regarded as one of the world's finest supercars of all time.

Packing a naturally aspirated 4.8-liter V10 with 553 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque, a 0-60 mph time of 3.6 seconds (with Launch Control), and a top speed in excess of 200 mph, the LFA was an instant legend. Power goes to the rear wheels only through a six-speed Aisin automated manual transmission with paddle shifters. Just 500 examples were built for the entire world.

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Needless to say, they're all highly desirable for any collection. Just some are more desirable than others. Up for auction on Collecting Cars is this absolutely perfect 2012 LFA (build No. 376) with just 177 miles on its clock. There's still plastic covering the seats, center console buttons, and sun visors though the listing doesn't say whether it's the original plastic from the factory.

Essentially, it has mostly delivery miles and was last serviced exactly one year ago when it had 160 miles. Finished in "Whitest White," the interior is trimmed in gorgeous red and black leather; the seats are red and the transmission tunnel, dashboard, and door panels are black with red contrast stitching. The roof pillars and headlining boast Alcantara trim.

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Some additional features include an audio system with satellite navigation, USB connectivity, a backup camera, and heated seats and wing mirrors. The sale further includes convenience items like a battery trickle charger, car cover, front license plate bracket, and all other original materials such as the handbooks. Clearly whoever bought it intended for this to be an investment, and that investment might soon pay off.

As of this writing, the highest bid has already reached $400,000 and the auction is scheduled to end early this coming Saturday morning. Thing is, LFAs originally sold for $375,000. Hopefully, the price will climb further between now and the auction's conclusion.

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