2011 Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition: 50 Out of 500
This version will benefit of minor improvements, such as a new rear spoiler, large front spoiler, tuned suspensions, high performance tires with better grip and an extra 10 horsepower thanks to a revised engine map.
The standard production car is powered by a 4.8-liter V10 engine that develops 552 horsepower with a maximum torque of 354 lb-ft. The powerplant is mated to a 6-speed automated sequential gearbox
The track edition of the LFA will also be available in four new colors, namely vibrant orange, black, matte black, and one that it is still unknown to us.
The track-optimized version is expected to add some extra cash over the $375,000 price tag of the Lexus LFA supercar. However, as we previously reported, each of the 500 LFAs will be built after it is ordered.
According to Lexus, each customer will have to pay a monthly lease of $12,398.44 for 24 months. That’s $297,562.56 worth of lease payments over two years, at the end of which you’re still not the car’s owner. At the end of the lease, each customer will be able to pay an additional $93,750 and only then buy their LFA.