Lexus appears to be prepping yet another special edition version of its LFA supercar with new spy photos showing the a baby-blue model testing on the Nurburgring.
Looking similar to the LFA Nurburgring edition, this car uses a twin-exhaust pipe setup rather than the conventional triangle shaped tri-exhaust setup on the rest of the model range. The pipes now also stick out just below the taillights leaving room for a larger rear diffuser, suggesting an even more aerodynamic body.
On the hood is an additional air vent, while it’s hard to miss the baby-blue paint, matte black detailing and those mysterious AD-A letters just behind the front wheel.
Back in April our source let slip that Lexus was planning an LFA II, although that car is believed to be an all-new product with twice the power and twice the price of the current model, which already sports 552 hp and costs $375,000.