Kyle Busch is the owner of Kyle Busch Motorsports (KBM), driving the #51 Toyota Tundra in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series. KBM’s Mooresville, North Carolina headquarters is home to Kyle Busch’s many winning cars and racing trophies. You can watch Kyle talk about his memorable race cars in the YouTube video below by Graham Bensinger of “In Depth.”
We searched long and hard to find the contents of Kyle Busch’s private garage, but our hunt proved futile. According sportskeeda, Kyle Busch has a Toyota Camry, a Ford Edge and a Chevy Corvette Z06, a humble collection for a top race driver and celebrity endorser. But, according to Hot carsKyle Busch is also the proud owner of a limited-edition Lexus LFA, one of the most expensive Japanese tourers ever built.
Powered by a naturally aspirated, Yamaha-tuned 4.8-liter 1LR-GUE V10 developing 552 horsepower at 8,700 rpm and 354 lb-ft of torque at 6,800 rpm, the LFA is not the supercar the fastest nor the most powerful in the field of Bugatti Veyrons and Ford GTs. However, enthusiasts call the Lexus LFA the most capable car ever made, and it’s unlike any other supercar on Earth.
The cost? When the Lexus LFA debuted in 2010, it had a base price of almost $380,000, and the LFA Nürburgring Edition went for around $445,000 (per Engine trend). You’ll have to shell out more than double that amount to get your dirty mitts on a Lexus LFA today. In 2021, a Lexus LFA sold for an astonishing $2.3 million (per leads), so it looks like Kyle Busch is definitely in elite company.