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Lexus LFA Online Configurator Launched, and yes, 'Passionate Pink' is Offered on the Menu...

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For a Ferrari and Lamborghini challenging supercar with a hefty $375,000 price tag, one would expect that Lexus and its parent company Toyota would at least avoid offering any sort of "Fast and Furious" style paint options as well as the ability to customize the vehicle's interior with weird color combos on the all-new 553HP V10-powered LFA sports car. Well, think again.

As you can find out for yourselves by fooling around with the just launched LFA online configurator, you can "rice-up" the Japanese supercar in variety of eccentric exterior colors including 'Passionate Pink' and 'Lavender' that can be combined with colored calipers and three different shades for the alloy wheels.

And that's not all. Lexus also offers the ability to customize the LFA's interior by choosing diverse colors for the seats, the steering wheel, the carpet, the headliner, the door panels and lower part of the dashboard, just to mention a few.

Unfortunately for some, bobble heads, racing stripes and underbody neon lights are not available at the time...

Link: Lexus LFA






5 Comments:

Anonymous said... »October 21, 2009

HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!

All I have to say is....

THIS CAR IS A JOKE, RIGHT????

Anonymous said... »October 21, 2009

"At Lexus, we belive in sophistication and finesse...

with a big, $300K pink and line coloured car!!!!"

Anonymous said... »October 22, 2009

For the jokers above excluding the successful woman of the world that can well afford a car the likes of the LFA and to whom the likes of you will only be a speck in its rearview mirror, I say, "Believe it and weep."

Anonymous said... »October 22, 2009

"For the jokers above excluding the successful woman of the world that can well afford a car the likes of the LFA and to whom the likes of you will only be a speck in its rearview mirror, I say, "Believe it and weep.""

Well now, who's the sexist thinking that only rich women would want a pink LFA?

Besides, rich people put their money on things that appreciate in value..and I very much doubt that a product from a brand that makes leather-clad camry's with cassette decks, dog-led trunk hinges, and bargain-basement LED digital clocks on the dash is going to appreciate in value like a cabbage rotting in the sun will turn into a Delmonico steak.

Anonymous said... »November 18, 2010

This car is HOT.... absolutely and truly. Its just taking over the world of sport cars right now.

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