It’s expected for supercars to come in racing red or a shade of yellow that is said to be attractive to women. I guess that’s why Toyota brought a red Lexus LFA to the NAIAS this year. The LFA they had on last year’s auto show circuit was bright yellow. Actually, the choice of red was more likely in order to match the LF-LC concept on a nearby turntable. The LF-LC shares a little bit of styling DNA with the LFA so color matching the two high profile cars in the display makes sense. One big difference between the two LF cars is that you can buy an LFA. The 500 vehicle production run for the LFA has not sold out yet and your local Lexus dealer will gladly take your $375,000 in exchange for one. As nice looking as it is, the LF-LC will most likely not go into production.
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