NEWBERG, OR – Lexus says its LFA supercar is nearly sold out, with a half-dozen or fewer of the units allotted to the U.S. market remaining. “We’re down to taking (about) the last two orders now,” Mark Templin, Lexus group vice president and general manager, tells WardsAuto here in an interview during a media backgrounder for the new Lexus ES. “We’re finalizing that. Over the next two months, we’ll have every single order in.” Tim ...

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