Manfred Sattler has just recieved the first LFA in Germany.
Some people believe that money doesn't buy happiness. The owner of Vulkan Racing-Mintgen Motorsport has just taken custody of the first Lexus LFA sold in Germany, proving that money can, in fact, buy a certain level of euphoria. Manfred Sattler's Vulkan Racing outfit has been competing in the VLN racing series for quite some time, racing their array of Dodge Vipers at the famed Nurburgring track in Germany. Sattler scoped out the LFA at Nurburgring earlier this year he knew he had to have one.
He procured the Nurburgring Edition Lexus LFA in May for a grand total of $445,000 and loves the drive of the car. The Nurburgring LFA features a carbon fiber front spoiler, side spoilers and a fixed rear wing. It features a mid-mounted 4.8-liter V10 that puts out 562hp. Performance numbers are quite impressive, as it can spring from 0-62mph in 3.7 seconds and hits a top speed of 202mph. Lexus' Nurburgring LFA is the epitome of high performance cars and taking it from someone who knows, Sattler is more than pleased with the latest addition to his car collection.