The World's First Pink LFA!

 
 
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Another world's first, Australia shocks the world with a Pink Lexus LFA. We thought Paris Hilton would be the first person to order one in the loud Passionate Pink but the Aussies have done it first. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this right hand drive Lexus LFA was wrapped in a matte pink to help support the cause.

This is one of Lexus of Brisbane's locally sold LFAs. For those wondering what that fender logo is all about about, it represents the Fainga'a Twins who are Australian Union Rugby players. The twins along with a host of other VIPs will be part of a the National Breast Cancer Awareness Foundation's Hope Links Golf Day charity event which goes on today. #ThinkPinkLFA


Courtesy: Lexus Australia
Photo credit: Mitch Hemming


What do you think about this pink Lexus LFA? Talk about it here! >>

 
 
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Kha Ton (Sun, 14 Oct 2012 15:48:09 -0700): Holy shit its.....Pink...
(Sun, 14 Oct 2012 22:16:44 -0700): Wow, they did a phenomenally good job at destroying the car with an ugly logo on the hood and a hideous paint scheme that ensures that no man can ever drive the car.
(Sun, 14 Oct 2012 22:19:22 -0700): Looks like shit.
Bizeek Bui (Mon, 15 Oct 2012 15:58:09 -0700): It's Vinyl wrapped, they'll take it off when the month is over. So that's ok. I still want a beautiful red head chick with the sale of the LFA!
Daniel Redd (Sun, 21 Oct 2012 20:35:10 -0700): I would drive the hell out of that car regardless or not if its pink.
Melissa Sandoval (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 10:58:22 -0700): OMG my dream car. I love it. (drooling)
Anita Hudson Easton (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 11:45:07 -0700): Really....I'm not opposed to supporting cancer research, or any other worth charity. The breast cancer awareness thing has gotten out of control. Someone is laughing all the way to the bank, you can be sure. These big wig CEOs of charities are making upwards of $300 grand a year, instead of taking a paltry salary like maybe $100 grand and making sure they don't abuse the system for the sake of the charity's income. As a woman, I appreciate that the US is kicking butt to try and treat breast cancer and to possibly eliminate it. However, this seems a bit of an exploit. Lastly, there are other worthy charities to whom we should be dedicating time and money for the same reasons. They don't have a pretty pink ribbon, but they do have needs. Just some thoughts....love Lexus as a company but I can't agree with this little maneuver.
Alice Ross (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 12:00:13 -0700): That issssh cray!