Are we crazy? Asking 6.4 million for this Lexus LFA Nürburgring

Yes, the Lexus LFA has been one of the best supercars of the last few years, even more than the scant 50 units Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition, and it is common to see them changing hands for prices high enough… but until now we’ve never seen anyone ask for 7 million dollars for a Lexus LFA Nüburgring Edition, something like 6.4 million euros. What to buy someone this Lexus LFA? Is it just more of a symptom of the bubble that has the car? Does it make sense to pay more than 6 million for the Ron LFA?


Ask 6.4 million supposed to multiply x10 the price of sale of a mode identical to 3 years ago

The Lexus LFA can be considered as one of the cars most exotic of the modern era. Its origin is japanese, the fact of being the first great sporting Lexus, its technological innovation and the fact that it is a car of very limited production, they turned to the 500 units Lexus LFA at a car difficult to see and that to day of today is fairly priced. 450 units of the Lexus LFA and other 50 units of the Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition were sold at the rate of 375,000 and $ 445.00 $.

Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition was a substantial package of improvement of the Lexus LFA “conventional”, starting with a propellant 4.8 V10 revised to achieve the 571 HP, gear box sequential with transitions of 150 ms, improved suspension, aerodynamics, specific with a prominent rear spoiler… Thanks to all of the package of improvements and a price difference of 70,000 $, the Lexus LFA Nürburgring I got to mark 7:22.85 in the Green Hell, 8.85 seconds less than the Lexus LFA. Not much later, the Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition would be news to get a time of 7:14.64 in the hands of Chris Harris.

lexus-lfa-nurburgring-2016-05Although there were many voices pointing to the Lexus LFA as a fast car, but not enough to beat your peers, the reality is that the LFA was meant to be a rara avis very sought after. Today, we’ve gone to the page to see the announcement of this Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition with chassis number 275 and just 680 miles for a price of 6.430.000 euros. Discover this ad seems to be a real madness for such amount, and that is that units very similar just brushed 600,000 $ just a few years ago. Yes, we know that there is a big bubble in the world of classic cars and sports, but because you anticipate that unless unexpected movement of some rico in love with the LFA, this supercar japanese does not change hands so easily.


Source: Carscoops
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