TORRANCE, CA - The 2012 Lexus LFA will carry a suggested retail price of $375,000, parent Toyota announced, but U.S. customers will only be able to lease one, according to Inside Line. The new supercar will be available in the States only with a two-year lease, the company confirmed.

A Lexus spokesman in November said only 150 LFAs will be coming to the U.S., out of a total global production run of 500 cars.

The company said production in Japan will begin in December, and all cars will be hand-built to customers' personal specs.

Only three configurations will be available, and all three come with a choice of leather or Alcantara upholstery. Configuration 2 adds a navigation system and Mark Levinson surround-sound audio system. Configuration 3 adds the Lexus Enform/Safety Connect communications system.

Other choices include 30 exterior and 12 interior colors, plus six brake-caliper colors. For more information, check out the official LFA Web site.


Originally posted on Automotive Fleet