A new LC 500 will set you back at least $92,995, in case you need a donor car. The Japanese tuner’s first body kit for the LFA-like car includes front, side, and rear diffusers, a big ass wing, and super wide fenders.
It all seriously slams the car to the pavement and will make you cringe at the sight of a speed bump outside of your local 7-11. The blacked-out spindle grille could probably sift a ton of krill for Moby Dick, too.
The package retails for $15,560 in fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) or $19,440 for one made with carbon fiber reinforced polymer (CFRP).
If you are on a budget, the second version of the wide body kit includes similar modifications with a rear wing variant. It sells for $13,380 in FRP or $16,740 for CFRP bits.
Both kits include lots of subtle fan boy graphics and a shout out to John Lennon on the doors that reads, “Imagine all the people living life in peace.” Sweet.
Quad tailpipe tips in electric blue and a rear wing that sort of looks like a giant tennis visor complete the treatment. Wheels, rims, and suspension mods are extra—way extra.
Under the hood, the LC 500 packs a 5.0-liter V-8 engine that’s good for 471 hp and 379 lb-ft of torque. The V-8 is mated to a 10-speed automatic transmission. It can sprint to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds and has a top speed of 168 mph.
Inside, a stock LC interior is pretty carbon fiber and Alcantara friendly to start with, but we imagine an upgrade resembling the Jungle Room at Graceland would give this Liberty Walk Lexus a look that’s fit for a king. Or maybe even a comic book superhero.
Still, it’s just another walk on the wild side from the gang at LB-Works.