At its launch in late 2009 Lexus confirmed its over-the-top supercar, the two-seat, V-10 powered LFA, would be limited to just 500 units in total and that the cars would be painstakingly assembled at the rate of just 20 per month.
At that rate, production of the LFA is slated to end this December.
In fact, number 500 has already been constructed. It was converted into a one-off LFA Spyder and kept by the automaker.
While Lexus has never mentioned it’s planning any more versions of the LFA beyond the regular model and track-focused Nürburgring Edition, it being one of the automaker’s greatest achievements means it deserves a proper send out.
That farewell may just come in the form of an extreme ‘Final Edition’ model.