After a decade of development, when the Lexus LFA
finally broke on the scene it became an instant icon for the brand and while undoubtedly a supercar, packing a 552hp 4.8-liter V10, it was widely criticized for its hefty $375,000 price tag. That said the Japanese automaker had no problems selling the 500 units they made. According to a "well-connected source" of AutoGuide, Lexus
will continue to redefine the upper echelons of Japanese supercars and join its European elite counterparts with a successor to the LFA.