If you’re already shelling out $375,000 for a Lexus LF-A, what’s another $75,000, right?

That’s what it’s going to cost when you decide to fore-go your "standard" LF-A for a tricked out Nurburgring Edition of the Lexus sports car. For the extra 75 grand, you’re going to get a performance upgrade that gives your LF-A a 4.8-liter V10 engine that produces around 562 horsepower - 10 horsepower more than the regular type - and a modified transmission that cuts back on the supercar’s gear-shift time to 0.15 seconds - down from 0.20 seconds from the traditional package. Additional upgrades for the Nurburgring Edition include a tuned-up suspension system, black mesh-type alloy wheels with dedicated high-grip tires for better handling, a larger front spoiler, a fixed rear wing for improved high-speed down force, four exterior colors to choose from – whitest white, orange, black and matte black, which will then be complemented by three interior colors – red, black and violet.

And that’s not all.

Lexus is also throwing in a number of other perks, including, a private parking, co-pilot ride, and a one night stay at the Lindner Congress and Motorsport Hotel Nürburgring where buyers will also receive a private training with a Nürburgring chief driving instructor, a Nürburgring branded jacket, and finally, a one-year annual pass valid for driving on the Green Hell.

Not bad for an extra 75 grand, right?


Source: Lexus

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  (808) posted on 05.16.2010

Well, every people has a different taste.. aren’t they? Well, maybe they have the taste for the LF-A.

  (666) posted on 05.13.2010

with $450,000 I would rather buy myself a GT-R and fully customize it with the remaining $350,000

  (555) posted on 05.12.2010

I love it, looks sportier-tuned suspension, pretty cool exclusive black mesh-type alloy wheels with dedicated high-grip tires for better handling and as well as a larger front spoiler and fixed rear wing for improved high speed down force which is also part of the Nürburgring Package.

  (428) posted on 05.12.2010

Well for me, I’d rather choose to have a GT-R than the LF-A besides the GT-R has a lot of aftermarket parts and it’s very easy to customise and tune this car.

  (544) posted on 05.11.2010

Well, IMO that was an over price. I hope with that price Drivers or owner would be satisfy with it.

  (462) posted on 05.10.2010

I hope they can get all the best part on $75,000. IMO, this kind of performance parts are only applicable for those car enthusiast.

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