Posted Dec 20th 2012 11:30AM
Now that Lexus has officially rolled the last LFA supercar off the assembly line at its Motomachi plant in Japan, the 500 examples in existence are likely to be in high demand. So you can imagine our excitement when we stumbled upon this flawless 2012 Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition up for sale in nearby Quebec!
This Lexus LFA is just one of 50 ever made with the limited Nürburgring package we saw at SEMA, and its private seller claims its the very first ever LFA Nürburgring ever to be put for sale on the used market. As we all know, rare things aren't cheap, and this Canadian Lexus LFA is demanding a cool $519,000 as the cost of ownership.
Stamped as car No. 298 out of the total 500 produced, this bright white Lexus supercar boasts just 3,600 kilometers and is loaded with go-fast goodies and options in addition to its 563-horsepower V10 powerplant. The Canadian LFA also features an $8,000 steering wheel option, which is said to be the only one in the world. While all 50 owners were granted free one-on-one driving lessons on the Nordschleife with Nürburgring instructors, not to mention free track admission for one year, but we're guessing that isn't transferable.
Click here to get a closer look at the rare beast up for grabs and see the full ad here.
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