The Lexus LFA has been through a whirlwind of controversy ever since word leaked that Lexus was working on a supercar project.
Then it was driven with mostly positive reviews though some questioned its performance figures -- fools. Lastly it launched to the public and was harpooned like a bloody whale.
Then the conflicting claims over whether the vehicle had, in fact, sold out became a target of discussion. Well, I guess we can finally put this one to rest as a publication is reporting that the LFA is about to be sold out with the allotment remaining in the single digits for the carbon fiber supercar.
To quote Ferris Bueller: "If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up."
Horsepower keeps climbing, sports cars outperform each other year after year and with so many new toys breaking into the market it’s hard to keep a sense of wonder about any of the latest supercars – a problem Lexus tackled differently than the Italians its LFA competes with.
That approach was never a secret, but the reality is finally coming into focus as one company official reports that the remaining cars available for sale are dwindling into the single digits.
With less than 10 left, the fortunate few who can afford the car’s $375,000 had better scoot to own one...