Bloomberg recently sat down with Lexus’ Executive Vice President, Mark Templin, who revealed that Lexus is still interested in eventually building an LF-A successor.
According to the report, Templin relayed a message from Toyota’s president, Akio Toyoda, who originally said he (Akio) believes every generation “deserves to have a car like an LF-A, so we’re building an LF-A for the generation we have today.”
At some point, Toyoda apparently hinted at another generation for a special car. Though in another report, Toyota spokesperson, Brian Lyons, did say that an LF-A isn’t imminent and at the earliest, could be ready in another 30 years. That’s a bit of a ways away.