A Mystery Lexus LFA: Tiffany Blue


Photo: Gmotors.co.uk

Lately, the Nürburgring Nordschleife has been Lexus' playground for their ultra high performance vehicles. Thanks to a tip from a British-based posting by Gmotors, they shared photos of an altered version of the LFA "Nürburgring Package" in what looks to be a Tiffany & Co. style baby blue!

Taking a look at the other characteristics of this special LFA you will notice the following:

  • Altered lower front lip
  • Extra vents above and below the center mounted canards on the front bumper
  • Extra horizontal vent on the hood
  • Wider carbon side rocker panel splitters
  • Lower black tape stripe on the sides with "AD-A" printed on the fender. 
  • A flat panel covering the natural belt-line inlet from the door to the upper quarter panel vent opening
  • Matte black roof and sail panels
  • Vortex generators at the top rear section of the quarter panels
  • Taller & angular rear winglets 
  • Missing tri-tip titanum exhaust tips
  • Possible relocated exhaust outlets @ rear radiator vent openings
  • Adjustable fixed rear wing
  • Extra large lower rear diffusers
  • Mystery part on the middle of the bumper cover above the diffuser

As we reported a few days ago, we are very happy to announce that the Lexus LFA is almost sold out. There have been recent rumors of an LFA II that may also be part of the "F" story. Some sources have speculated that the second coming of LFA may be in the form of a topless roadster. The pictures provided by Gmotors doesn't seem to indicate that but if you look real closely at the roof rails, there seems to be an unnatural panel gap which parallels the top of the windshield line. My guess on the "AD-A" badge could possibly stand for "Advance Development - Apex" just how the concept LF-A was called "Lexus Future - Advance". LF-A later became LFA or "Lexus Fuji Apex". We already know that the LFA is good, the LFA Nürburgring Package is better, but could this Tiffany blue LFA be the best? With all these additional attributes, this is indicative of something greater. 

So what is this mysterious Tiffany Blue LFA all about? Is this the LFA II? Lets talk about it here! >>

LFA Nürburgring Package (Early Prototype)

Mystery Tiffany Blue LFA

Credit: Gmotors.co.uk

(Wed, 27 Jun 2012 16:36:22 -0700): Am I the only person who thinks this color is sweet on the LFA?
Kyle David Simon (Wed, 04 Jul 2012 00:57:49 -0700): I think so to homes. seeeeexy