The final Lexus LFA has been built at the Motomachi Plant in Japan, ending the 500 unit run of the supercar.
The very first aero package for the Lexus LFA has been released by Artisan Spirits.
For the third time in four months, Jeremy Clarkson has reviewed the Lexus LFA — this time for the Top Gear website.
Right before the LFA Nürburgring’s recent race against a jet, Lexus national manager of international training Paul Williamsen had the job of “breaking in” the vehicle in preparation for the competition.
Last week, Top Gear released their The Worst Car in the History of the World DVD special, and two Lexus cars were featured.
The lads from Top Gear arrived in the USA yesterday, landing in Las Vegas for what’s rumored to be a 3,000 mile journey through Mexico for a future episode.