The Tumi cases are styled using components that mimic the appearance of the LFA, such as aluminum and carbon fiber-like materials. Each bag will be inscribed with the vehicle identification number (VIN) corresponding to the owner's LFA.
Lexus said that each case is designed with a distinct purpose - the smaller piece sized to fit the essentials for track racing such as gloves and shoes or items for a quick getaway while the larger one for longer trips.
The first deliveries of the 552HP V10-powered Lexus LFA will be begin January next year. Production will be limited to a total of 500 units worldwide, with around 20 cars scheduled to be built each month.