Ladies and Gentlemen, let us hold a moment of silence, for we are confronted with what is reportedly the first production Lexus LFA crash. The accident took place in Orlando on October 8th last year, as ClubLexus writes. It seems that the vehicle was subsequently put on sale at Expo Motor Cars in Houston, Texas, receiving a new owner on January 3rd 2012, when the car had a total 635 miles (1,022 km) on its odometer.
It seems that the vehicle was crashed by a Lexus Orlando employee, who had taken the supercar for a joyride, but this is just a rumor. From what we can see in the adjacent images, the carbon fiber supercar wasn’t damaged too bad, but when talking about such a cult car, the idea that it had an accident alone is enough to put a dent in its aura.
Before we end this story, we'll remind you why we used "production" in the title: the answer lies in the article that details the Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition acciodent that killed
Toyota Chief Test Driver Hiromu Naruse.❐
Check out the First Production Lexus LFA Crash photo gallery
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