At $375,000 the Lexus LF-A is no cheap date, but it does put out to the tune of 552 hp. The technological juggernaut was originally to be offered as a lease-only proposition, but American customers wanted to purchase the car outright. Lexus has answered the call - with a catch: the automaker gets the first right of refusal if the car is sold within the first two years. Lexus will pay either fair market value or the original sticker price, whichever is lower. Lexus wants the 4.8-liter V-10-motivated cars to be driven, so they originally went with the lease plan to keep collector types from buying up the car, mothballing them and later trying to sell them at a profit.