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 |  Dec 20 2012, 7:22 AM

As the 500th Lexus LFA rolled off the assembly line, Toyota president Akio Toyoda visited the LFA Works at the Motomachi Plant in Japan to celebrate  the final LFA’s production.

It took two years for the Japanese automaker to produce 500 LFA vehicles, with the final car being one of its Nurburgring Edition models. Despite the LFA’s production coming to an end, future Lexus vehicles will be inspired by its technology as Lexus continues to strive in delivering exhilarating and stimulating vehicles.

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The Japanese automaker has added several photos from the event at its Motomachi Plant that you can view below.

GALLERY: 500th Lexus LFA

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