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The moment the last LFA rolled off the production line of Toyota’s Motomachi plant last month, Lexus was left without a sports car in its line-up.



It may have lost money on every one it made, despite its US$375,000 price tag that made it the most expensive Japanese production car in history, but the 562HP V10 exotic did for Lexus’ image more than probably any other car since the original LS that launched the brand in 1989.


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