looks to be giving the Baja 1000
its due. The luxury automaker showed off an LX 570
built by JT Grey Racing to take to the desert sands. With dual King Racing shocks, large 37-inch BF Goodrich
tires and a host of safety equipment, the high-riding SUV looks ready to do battle with the best of them. Inside, Sparco
was kind enough to supply a set of racing seats as well as an EVO steering wheel. A Lowrance HD7 / LMF 400 navigation ensures that the driver knows where the course is headed, and a Kenwood 110 radio and intercom system means that driver and navigator can stay in contact.
Does this mean that Lexus
is heading to Baja? We doubt it, though Toyota
has already made it clear that the company intends to take to the legendary endurance course with its Long Beach Racers Tacoma
. We think there would be plenty of room in the ranks for this LX 570
, too, but that's just us.
UPDATE: While Lexus may not have a Baja pedigree, JT Grey Racing does. The team is planning to campaign this vehicle in next year's race in an attempt to knock out a second Stock-Full Championship.