Not your run-of-the-mill supercar paint choice, but it looks outstanding.
Based on a semi-precious gem that was first discovered in the 7th millennium BC, Lapis Lazuli is a rather generic paint shade for entry level cars. Supercar owners, however, are generally drawn to more exotic and attention-grabbing hues – especially for a car like the Lexus LFA, with only 500 examples ever built. This Texas owner decided to Lapis-up his LFA #265, and the results are quite phenomenal. Posted on ClubLexus.com, the car looks as beautiful as it drives.
In addition to his choice of color, the owner also added special features like dark premium metallic wheels, yellow calipers, blue leather steering wheel and door grips, black leather seat fronts and silver leather seat backs, blue stitching, black headliner, black carpeting and floor mats, a silver instrument panel and door panels and silver metal trim finish.