The Lexus LFA is almost sold out. In a recent interview with The Detroit Bureau, Lexus’ U.S. Vice President Tim Morrison said that supply for the supercar is down to ‘single digits.
Even though it took about two years to get rid of the limited 500 units Lexus produced, Morrison said he believes that the LFA was a very successful car for the brand to bring it more attention – of course it also brought Lexus some sport credibility.
A Lexus spokesman says that there are currently no plans for a successor the LFA, but we’ve continuously heard rumors of the Lexus LFA Roadster.
We think not doing a successor to the Lexus LFA would be a poor decision on the brand’s part.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: The Detroit Bureau