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by Brett Davis

Lexus is that committed to maintaining one of the best customer service feedback records, rumour has it the Japanese manufacturer will offer helicopter roadside assistance to European buyers of the 2012 Lexus LFA.

According to a Motorpassion report, Lexus is setting up a team of engineers throughout Europe who will attend broken-down LFA drivers in the quickest possible means, even if the use of a helicopter is required.

On top of this, the report says if the engineers are unable to fix the LFA on the spot, the driver will be given a Lexus GS 450h to borrow while the car is being fixed. It gets even better. Lexus is also said to be prepared to provide five-star accommodation to drivers during the time the car is being repaired.

When contacted by CarAdvice, a Lexus Australia spokesperson said they were not aware of such services being offered overseas, and is investigating the veracity of the report. We will update you when we hear more.

What do you think? Should a car with an Australian price tag of $700,000 come with helicopter roadside assistance? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.