The Lexus LFA went out of production nearly five years ago but a new report is indicating the company still has a handful of new models in stock.
When Autoblog was compiling its sales report for July, it came across an interesting statistic – Lexus sold an LFA last month. This odd inclusion pushed the publication to reach out to the automaker and confirm it wasn’t a mistake.
The automaker responded by confirming the news and revealing U.S. dealerships still have 12 LFAs in stock. This is pretty incredible as Lexus only built 500 units and 12 models represents a little over two percent of the entire production run.
The news is pretty surprising but the chances of getting your hands on one of these cars are slim. As the publication noted, dealers have held onto these vehicles for years so they’re probably not in a rush to sell them. The dealerships could also be using them as an investment or a display item. As a spokesperson for Lexus International explained, “Some of these cars may never be sold, except perhaps by the dealer’s heirs.”