The Lexus LFA is completely sold out, but you wouldn't know it because several prototypes that are, frankly, zany have been caught doing testing.
And while there's been pushback saying these are one-off vehicles, something smells fishy here.
What's up with the "AD-_" lettering on the side?
Why would these vehicles be testing near the Nurburgring?
If Lexus has sold out the 500 unit run AND it ISN'T planning on a spyder why continue testing these three LFAs?
I am going to put my neck on the line here and that's because I think there are only two possible options here -- I am not buying these are one-off products:
1) Lexus is beginning preparation on the LFA successor.
2) Lexus is going to use the LFA for some sort of racing bid.
But that's just me.
What say you, Spies?
Initially, this manufacturer-plated test car looked a lot like the LF-A Nurburgring Edition, but a closer look reveals the changes. It's actually the third version of the AD-Special Edition models that was started with the AD-A in blue and then followed by the green AD-B. This one is called AD-X and the color schemes reminds of the classic Porsche 911 Carrera RS. With the other AD-prototypes to be said to be one-offs we suspect that this one will sadly also be a one-off. But we can always hope.