Lets take a look at the goodies of this "star" car:
Unpainted carbon fiber roof which was only seen on an early Whitest White LFA prototype from Japan.
Aside from standard carbon fiber fixed wing, the optional rear winglets which are normally color keyed are left unpainted.
These Takata made airbag seat belts only come in black. For LFA, they are red to match the seats.
The standard upper dash pad only comes in black, but for this car its red w/white stitching!
The all carbon fiber interior door trim is clad in white leather, white stitching, red leather door grips & carpeting.
The standard LFA power adjustable seats were chosen instead of the alcantara lined race seats.
The base price of the Lexus LFA starts at $375,000 MSRP. The Nürburgring Package adds another $70,000 to the base price. Add on the cost of the special configuration items, my guess is that this car reaches or exceeds the $500,000 mark. Granted it's only money, LFA could potentially be the most interesting and most sought after LFA ever. Kudos to the new owner and thanks to them for ordering this one-of-a-kind LFA which will definitely be in the history books!
LFA Nürburgring Package*
* - Special Configuration
Carbon Fiber Roof Panel
Carbon Fiber Rear Winglets
Red Airbag Seatbelts
Red Leather Upper Dash Panel
Standard LFA Power Seats
LOVE the exterior details on this Nürburgring Edition....
I would have avoided the white leather doors, lower dash & console ... Because I know its going to get dirtly from my Racing Suit..!!!
~ Joe Z
Lexus IS F • Smoky Granite Mica • Black Leather • NAV & ML
Joe Z Direct Air Flow Intake • Performance Tube Systems True Dual 304 SS Exhaust
12' BBS Wheels • Bridgestone S-04 245-35-19 & 285-30-19
Project Mu • D2 Racing Sport Coils • AeroTect • Xenon Depot LEDs
"The Relentless Pursuit Continues...."
Yeah, I love those wheels. They look lighter than the prototype models. I like that the owner wanted to be unique with his N/Edition. Hopefully he keeps it and it doesn't end up on sale like a good bit of other LFA's lately. Looking forward to the next N.E. though. I wonder if someone will go for the 'less is more' approach and delete a lot of the options?