Special Edition 2011 Lexus IS 350C F Sport Comes in Limited Supply

Special Edition

The limited-edition version of the Lexus IS 350C convertible has recently been released by the Japanese automaker and is officially set to go on sale by the end of this month. Lexus is calling it the F Sport Special Edition, and this great droptop is limited to just 175 units, priced from $55,120. To differentiate itself from the other IS 350Cs, the F Sport Special Edition benefits from some exterior modifications.

It now rides on 19-inch forged alloy wheels with a dark graphite finish and the only two exterior colors are Startfire Pearl or Obsidian. Some other enhancements found on the F Sport include Bilstein shocks and lowering springs that bring the IS one inch closer to the ground. Inside, the interior is fitted with black and red leather. Navigation comes standard on this edition and encompasses a rearview camera, Lexus Enform and XM radio.

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