Lexus has officially built the very last LFA. The 500th Lexus supercar rolled out from the company's Motomachi facility on December 14th wearing all of the goodies of the Nürburgring package and white paint. Toyota's Lexus division started production on the car exactly two years ago on December 15, 2010 and built just one unit per working day. A total of 170 workers were hand-picked to handle parts manufacturing, assembly and painting for the LFA project. While Lexus has made it clear it will produce no more LFA models, lessons gleaned from the vehicle's construction may translate into other future products. Specifically, Toyota says it may employ its carbon fibre reinforced plastic experience moving forward. As you may recall, the LFA made extensive use of CFRP and carbon fibre, and Lexus even created a special rotary loom to stitch together the supercar's A-pillars. Take a look at the brief press release on the last LFA below.