Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has recently announced that the LFA supercar will leave the production line and the company won’t make more than 500 units of the model.
According to the Japanese based automaker, the Lexus LFA will soon leave the production line and with all the units being almost sold out, the supercar will end its days.
Lexus has announced just last week that the LFA supercar is almost sold out after nearly two years since the 500 units have hit the market. But if the Lexus LFA is getting ready to leave the production line, that doesn’t mean that the Japanese supercar won’t have a successor, as recent rumors are saying.
As a quick reminder, the Lexus LFA is a two-seat exotic sports coupe developed by Lexus as a concept car, racing prototype and production model.
The Lexus LFA is coming in two body styles, two-door coupe and two-door roadster. The Japanese supercar is 4,505 mm long, 1,895 mm wide and 1,220 mm high, with a wheelbase of 2,605 mm and a total weight of 1,480-1,580 kg (3,263-3,483 lb).
The Lexus LFA has been produced in 500 units, 20 monthly, and it was assembled in Motomachi, Toyota City, Japan.