For two years, the Lexus LFA has been built at the crawling rate of 1 car per working day. 500 days later, the supercar's final example has been built and the planned production run is over.
One of the most "exclusive" cars on the road, the LFA requires 170 individuals to produce. It boasts one of the fastest-revving V-10 engines on the planet, and a powerful 552 horses. In short, the LFA is a pretty awesome supercar.
While Toyota hasn't announced any successor to the car, we're hoping that one of the odd prototypes spotted on German race tracks will come to fruition. At least we've got the Sports 650 Super Sedan.
[via Motor Authority]