Just saw it today, and read the article
They had very positive words for the LFA, calling it "an exotic among exotics". Very high praise indeed.
Also interesting, they mentioned the LFA name stands for Lexus Fuji Alpha (as opposed to Apex which I believe was confirmed here on CL?). They said "Alpha" in the name means the LFA is the "first edition"
(their words) in a series of exotics.
To me, that says Dupont is implying there will be LFA successors.
Now the most important question is, how accurate is their information? Does the A stand for Apex or Alpha?
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