PR Manager for Lexus Australia, Tyson Bowen, told CarAdvice all nine vehicles have been sold, with the first having landed in Australia in late-March. What would one pay to own this magnificenet beast? $700,000 AUD.
Of the nine LFAs destiend for Australia not one of them is the same with each sporting a variation of interior and exterior colours, trim and wheel options.
Lexus chief executive Tony Cramb said LFA says that "Lexus has forged a strong relationship with each LFA owner. This relationship will continue well into the future, encompassing technical and service support and access to Lexus' exclusive Encore program."
The lone LFA is currently being used for training purposes before deliveries start over the coming months. The Lexus LFA is powered by a 4.8-litre V10 that delivers 412kW (at 8700rpm) and 480Nm (at 6800rpm). It manages the 0-100km/h dash in 3.6 seconds with a top-speed of 325km/h.
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