PASADENA, CA – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus luxury division has yet to decide if it will add a high-performance supercar to its U.S. lineup. Lexus, which has said it is pondering a supercar to rival European exotics such as Ferrari’s Enzo and Porsche’s Carrera GT, showed the LF-A sports car concept at this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, but has been reticent to say if a production version will see the light of day.(See related story: Lexus Gets Hybrid GS; Exotic ...

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