This transparent sculpture, by Japanese architect Scu Fujimoto, displayed at Milan Design Week and then caught by Autoblog at the Tokyo Motor Show, of the new $375,000 Lexus LFA super car is stunning. Old, yes, but still stunning.

What's most impressive about the piece is details like the seats, instrument panel, engine and the suspension can all be seen. According to Lexus, the sculpture is constructed from transparent acrylic boards that have been sanded and polished. All we know is it's simply epic. See how the looks-cold-as-ice acrylic LFA compares to the real thing in the live shots in our gallery below.
(Hat tip to Jack!) [Autoblog via MyModernMet]