2012 Lexus LFA
Chassis no. JTHHX8BH4C1000239
First unveiled at the 2009 Tokyo Motor Show, the Lexus LFA sought to define a new status of Japanese cars. According to Lexus, the model's name is a combination of the “LF” branded concept cars and “A” which stands for 'Apex'. That designation could not be more appropriate for a car which introduced Lexus to the supercar stage. Boasting a fully carbon fiber chassis and body, the LFA shared little to no parts with anything else in the Lexus or larger Toyota engineering family. A true supercar, the LFA still stands at the top of the model range a decade after production ceased.
Lexus offered a wide-ranging color palate for the LFA with 10 standard and 20 optional colors to choose from. With only 500 units made, car number 241 is the only example in the world finished in this unique shade of Slate Blue. With subtle curves and vents throughout the body panels, this unique, non-metallic shade perfectly complements Kengo Matsumoto's design. With only 2,859 miles on the odometer since new, this must be one of the best-looking and preserved examples.