The Japanese supercar is number 235 of only 500 examples built.
The next version of the luxury coupé will be designed with racing in mind.
The marque claims it could come with a bonkers 430-mile range.
It’s taken 13 years for the next generation of the marque’s flagship SUV, but a road trip in New Mexico proved it was worth the wait.
After-market parts make this 4×4 even more capable than before.
One of only 500 examples of the model ever built, it’s being offered through RM Sotheby’s on January 27.
The score through three quarters of 2021 is 230,855 to 213,708.
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