Witness the sound of a true legend with this rare Lexus LFA.
For many, the Lexus LFA is the ultimate supercar, bringing style, raw power, luxury, and one of the most beautiful exhaust notes to the table. Since it was released, these reasons have brought many collectors to purchase the Japanese supercar and add it to their collection. If you happen to be on the lookout for an exquisite example of the LFA, we’ve got you covered. The team at Isringhausen Imports of Springfield, Illinois is proud to showcase this one-owner 2012 Lexus LFA for sale in the very rare red paint.
Finished In Rare Red Paint
With just 3,881 original miles on its odometer, this LFA is in immaculate condition. When Isringhausen Imports acquired the vehicle, they did so from the original owner. Because of the lack of owners, this LFA comes with a plethora of extras like the services records, original books, manuals, and even the production photos. This LFA is a perfect example of Isringhausen’s ability to handpick only the finest vehicles to offer to their clients.
Red and Black Interior
Inside, this LFA has a red and black interior that perfectly matches its exterior. Added touches like the red seat backs and stitching finish of what is a perfectly designed supercar cabin. For the driver and passenger, there are two bucket seats that comfortably keep them in place thanks to prominent bolsters. For the driver, a stylish yet sporty carbon fiber steering wheel rests before them with alloy paddle shifters at a fingertip’s reach for quick shifts.
4.8-liter V10 Engine (553 hp / 354 ft-lb)
Powering this LFA is a powerful 4.8-liter V10 engine that pumps out 553 horsepower and 354 lb-ft of torque. While this power is impressive, it’s the sound that it impressive that has become a legend. When creating the engine and exhaust system, engineers at Lexus aimed to create an exhaust note that’s akin to a Formula 1 car and its high-revs. Inside, the driver and passenger can get a wonderful performance from the engine thanks to twin ducts that channel the sound into the cabin. Additionally, Lexus used the engine sound of the LFA as the subject of a commercial where a champagne glass was shattered when placed near the exhaust.