Posted on: Oct 16, 2012 | 15,195 reads

Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Pink-wrapped LFA is playing its part during Australia’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Lexus of Brisbane, Australia, is demonstrating its support of the country's National Breast Cancer Awareness month by introducing a pink-wrapped LFA. Professional rugby-playing twins Ant and Saia Fainga'a are ambassadors for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and with the help of the Lexus dealership (which will display the 4.8-liter V10-powered supercar in its showroom) they are hoping to raise awareness of the illness and strive towards a cure.
Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
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"Along with donations, auction items and support of the Fainga'a Twins Charity Golf Day, going pink is our way reminding all of Brisbane that October is the month of Breast Cancer Awareness," said Lexus of Brisbane dealer principal Andrew Scifleet. This could very well be the only pink LFA in existence, but even then the color isn't permanent. The fanciful livery is a vinyl wrap, and so following the campaign the supercar will return to a less Pepto-like color befitting a supercar of the LFA's considerable capabilities.
Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness



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Lexus LFA Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
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