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Car created to celebrate firm's involvement in the 24-hour race at the Nurburgring

The hardcore Lexus LFA Nurburgring special edition will cost around £400,000.

The car has been created to celebrate the firm's involvement in the 24 hour race at the Nurburgring track and just 50 will be made. The performance pack with which the car is fitted will cost around an additional £55,000 over the car's £343,000 asking price.

The Nurburgring editions will be part of the total production run of 500 Lexus LFAs. Lexus says it already has more than 500 potential buyers, but has yet to say how customers will be selected.

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Wanos 11 May 2010

Re: Hardcore Lexus LFA costs £400k

IMO 150k too expensive, regardless how it goes, handles and feels. If anybody would like to prove me wrong then I would happily test drive it from a laymans point of view....

Ektor 11 May 2010

Re: Hardcore Lexus LFA costs £400k

Right on, robbcape. I am dumbfounded as to why would so many people want to pay 400k for a supercar that does no better, in fact I believe it'll fare worse once there is (please, God let there be one) a proper showdown, than the other latest generation supercars costing half as much (or less):

F458 Italia (let alone the upcoming Scuderia), Gallardo Superleggera, R8 GT, Porsche GT2, McLaren MP4/12, with the Corvette ZR1 and GT-R SpecV thrown in as wild cards.

This car is limited artificially for no other reason than to taunt "don't care what it is as long as it's limited-edition" collectors.

robbcape 11 May 2010

Re: Hardcore Lexus LFA costs £400k

So lets's get this straight, in Lexus's opinion an LFA = a 458 Italia, 911 Turbo S and a Nissan GTR + some change.

Decisions decisions