Pro Lady Golfer Does Donuts in an LFA


Natalie Gulbis helps Lexus celebrate National Donut Day by getting behind the wheel of an LFA to show yet another of her many talents.

Natalie Gulbis is not only a professional golfer on the LPGA Tour, but she also modeled for the 2012 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition (wearing only body paint, we may add). In addition to her golfing and modeling exploits, Gulbis is also quite talented behind the wheel. For National Donut Day, Lexus made sure to show off that skill by handing her the keys to an LFA for some donut spinning action. The LFA’s 4.8-liter V10 is good for 552 horsepower and 354-lb-ft of torque and is paired with a six-speed automated gearbox.

The exterior design may not appeal to everyone but the interior is truly a display of high-tech goodness. But with Gulbis in the driver’s seat, the supercar just looks and sounds more awesome than usual. And no, that isn’t a stunt driver; Gulbis really can do donuts.

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