Despite a barrage of stories to the contrary, the Lexus LFA is not sold out, and Lexus is more than happy to take your $375,000 in exchange (sort of) for their flagship supercar.
Inside Line put in a few calls to Toyota, and discovered that by some kind of numerical wizardry that rivals Enron accounting practices, there are still cars for sale, specifically in the United States.
"As a result of additional allocation being dedicated to the U.S. market, some production spots still remain for the LF-A supercar's 500-unit global build. Prospective buyers may register their inquiries directly with any Lexus dealer or call (866) LFA-4794 or (866) 532-4794," the unidentified Lexus rep told Inside Line.
The erroneous reports of a sold-out production run came after trade journal Automotive News reported another Toyota official as saying "customer response has exceeded the number of available cars [and] it is possible that not all customers who expressed interest will have an opportunity to order [an LFA]."
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