LFA Turned Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness; Lexus Asks if You Like the Color

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True, we have seen sports and luxury cars go pink before, sometimes for noble purposes and other times for vanity, but a limited run supercar in this flushing shade is bound to capture our attention, which is what its inventors intended in the first place.

Lexus of Brisbane Group (that would be in Australia) introduced the pink-wrapped LFA in support of the "Faingaa Twins" for their role as ambassadors for the National Breast Cancer Foundation during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

After posting the two pictures of the pink LFA, the Australian distributor asked its Facebook and Twitter users if they liked the color, with most commentators being positive about the look.

You can also weigh in your thoughts on the shade in our comments section after the break.

Photo Credits: Lexus , Story References: Autoblog.nl