This comes as a pleasant surprise as production of the Japanese supercar ended in December 2012. Seems like the company had problems selling all 500 built...
According to Carscoops, 2017 also saw three brand new units being sold and a possible seven still up for grabs in the States.
Back then, the LFA was known for its rev-happy 552bhp 4.8-litre naturally-aspirated V10 that needed a digital rev counter as the normal analogue one couldn't keep up with how fast it revved.
It is believed that we have around five or so units of the LFA running around/kept in Singapore with one or two rumored to have been exported away.