The Lexus Rosenheim dealership in Germany have put their LFA Nürburgring signed by Toyota President Akio Toyoda up for sale.
Lexus has once again stated that there are no immediate plans to produce a successor to the LFA.
Lexus International executive vice-president Mark Templin has put the brakes on rumors of a next-generation LFA coming any time soon.
When OpenRoad Lexus of British Columbia took delivery of the last remaining new LFA Nürburgring in the world, the first thing to do was book a session with Vancouver photographer Kevin Uy
A Lexus LFA is heading across the USA this weekend, as the folks at Precision Concierge have been tasked with driving the supercar from New York to Los Angeles for a track event on Sunday.
Insider says however that “while 1000hp is possible, fuel consumption, emissions concerns and engine tolerance figures will see a more realistic figure of 800hp (596kW) targeted.”