Lexus increases LFA allocation for U.S. buyers by 21 units

Article by Christian A., on August 27, 2010

Last week Toyota announced that it already sold all the LFA supercars. After that a new report came suggesting that there are still few LFAs available in for the United States. What happened, you ask?

Apparently, the allocation of cars for United States has been increased by 21 units, which means that 171 lucky folks located in the U.S. will buy a LFA. For those who still want to buy one, they can contact their local Lexus dealers or simply call 866-532-4794.

If you want some data regarding the performances of the care here it is: the LFA carries an impressive 4.8-liter V10 engine delivering 552 hp and capable to push the car from naught to 62 mph in just 100 km/h) in just 3.7 seconds, while the top speed is electronically limited to 202 mph (325 km/h).

For the standard LFA, Lexus asks $375,000 (MSRP) but 50 folks will be even luckier as they will get the LFA Nurburgring Package which comes for an extra $70,000.

What do you get? Well, according to the manfacturer, the LFA Nurburgring Package adds an 10 hp, a reduced gear-shift time to only 0.15 seconds as well as a sport-tuned suspension, exclusive black mesh-type wheels and dedicated high-grip tires for better handling.

Furthermore, you get a larger front spoiler and fixed rear wing for improved high speed down force. Also, the car will be available in four exterior colors, whitest white, orange, black and matte black as well as three interior colors, black, red, and violet.

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Topics: lexus, lexus lfa, sales

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