Japanese automobile superstars Lexus have really raised the bar on their recent release, the LFA 2012. Like most of its supercar relatives, the LFA has no need for a diet, constructed out of some extremely lightweight home-brewed reinforced plastic carbon fiber weaved together by a loom that Lexus created themselves just for the occasion. The weight of the car most certainly helps with the speed, and together with a ridiculous 522 horsepower engine, the LFA can reach top speeds upwards of 230 miles per hour. But the car isn’t all about performance, offering 30 different exterior color options, as well as customization of stitching on a variety of leather interior parts. The LFA isn’t just haphazardly put together on an assembly line either: the engine is put together entirely by hand by a single engineer, who graces the incredibly fast work of art with their signature when completed. With only 500 scheduled to be produced, now would be a good time to get your hands on one. But the exclusivity comes with a bit of price, with the LFA 2012 topping out around $375,000.
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Source: Luxary Issues