Top 10 Rarest Cars in the World with details, specs, price

The most exclusive and expensive cars from across the globe come with a price tag up to a whopping $8m (approx INR 54 crores). High price apart, each of these rare cars stands out due to their uniqueness in style, stance and performance.

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No 10. Lexus LFA – Price $375,000

Lexus LFA is a two seater sports car from Lexus with its final production model showcased at 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. It is largely built of carbon fibre-reinforced polymer (CFRP), which makes up 65% of its body composition. At a price of $ 375,000, it is one of the most expensive Japanese cars ever built.

Lexus LFA is limited to 500 units. Powered by a 4.8 litre V10 engine with dual VVT-i, it offers 560 PS peak power at 8,700 rpm and 480 Nm torque at 6,800 rpm. Lexus LFA measures 4,506mm in length, 1,895mm in width and 1,291mm in height.

It sits on a wheelbase measuring 2,606mm. Exterior design was the brainchild of car designers headed by Lexus Design general manager, Kengo Matsumoto. Armed with a carbon fibre roof, and carbon fibre body designed to tackle downforce, air scoops are located over the rear fenders. Two small aft vents expel air to cool the titanium exhaust pipes. Two hood ducts move hot air away from the exhaust manifold. Front and rear fenders, doors and roof rails are made of fibre reinforced sheet panels. LED lights are seen in the tail lamps.

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Interiors also boast of extensive use of carbon fibre alongwith quality leather, Alcantara and chrome. It gets two bucket seats, a TFT instrument display, Lexus Remote Touch controller interface and a speedometer with color changing background. Infotainment features include a 12 speaker Mark Levinson sound system.

Custom made Tumi suitcases are made of carbon fibre, and inscribed with the vehicle identification number. A smaller concourse case for shorter trips and a larger coastal case are exclusively made for the Lexus LFA. Each Lexus LFA can be customized according to buyer demand.


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