Bust This Nut For $57K?
Lexus is offering a sweet limited-edition of its sensuous drop-top IS 350C. Available in two colors, Tungsten Pearl or Obsidian, the 2010 IS 350C F-Sport Special Edition builds on the IS 350C bumping style, handling and the driving experience up a notch or two using F-Sport accessories that were precision engineered specifically for this vehicle. Some of the star players include 19-inch rolling stock, front and rear brake upgrade, a unique F-Sport grille, specially tuned shock set developed in cooperation with Bilstein, lowering coils, sway bars, special floormats shift knob and steering wheel and a custom center console.
The IS 350C F-Sport Special Edition also comes with black leather-trimmed seats with sporty blue contrast stitching. Other Special Edition standard features include heated and ventilated front seats with wood trim; Bi-Xenon HID headlamps with Adaptive Front lighting System (AFS); headlamp washers; and Lexus Navigation. The hard disk drive (HDD) navigation system has a seven-inch VGA touch-screen, Bluetooth(r) phonebook download capabilities, a rear back-up camera, Voice Command casual-language voice recognition system, Lexus Enform, XM(r) NavTraffic, XM(r) NavWeather, and XM(r) Sports and Stocks. The retail hit for this opulent example of motoring? $57,500 with production limited to 100 copies. - EG