On top of sexy cars, here comes some sexy luggages! Lexus LFA is designed to fit in the boot area of the Japanese supercar. Created in partnership with Tumi, the bags will be sold in select markets including US and Europe.
Tumi cases are styled using components that are directly related to the
appearance of the LFA, such as aluminum and carbon fiber-like
materials. Each bag will be inscribed with the vehicle identification
number (VIN) corresponding to the owner's LFA.
first deliveries of the 552HP V10-powered Lexus LFA will be begin
January next year. Production will be limited to a total of 500 units
worldwide, with around 20 cars scheduled to be built each month.
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