The Lexus LFA is running low

If you were thinking about buying a Mercedes C 63 AMG Black Series, noon, has sold all and if after this news, you’ve decided to change his mind and make you a Lexus LFA should hurry so you do not happen as with the Mercedes C 63 AMG Black Series. Production of the Lexus LFA is running low.

The Lexus supercar, which left us much of motor racing fans stunned upon arrival at the Tokyo Motor Show 2009, more so when we met inspired Nürburgring version is almost empty when we separated less than 3 years of submission or at least so said Tim Morrison, vice president of brand sales to the United States.

lexus-lfa-redIn an interview with American newspaper The Detroit Bureau, Tim Morrison stated that the number of available units has been reduced to single digits, so that leaves us with the countdown of the last 9 LFA models, noting further that most would be in the hands of distributors.

No doubt the success of such an operation that leaves us in 2 years of marketing the sale of 500 units priced at about 380,000 euros, assuming, leaving economic issues aside, an important contribution to the brand as regards image.

lexus_lfa_nurburgring_package_recordNoting some data on sales of LFA in the U.S., which have had the main stage California and Florida, also pointed to the non-presence, for now, a replacement in the Lexus range of this supercar, we remember has a 4.8-liter V10 engine, created in collaboration with Yamaha, which delivers 560 horsepower at 8,700 rpm with maximum torque of 480 Nm that take you to dial a 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.7 seconds. Carbon fiber reinforced polymers, titanium, carbon-ceramic brakes … a show of engineering.

Too bad we have to dismiss and the Lexus LFA, at least in what refers to the commercial level. It only remains to say a resounding congratulations to the nearly 500 owners.


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