Tuned Lexus car at 2011 SEMA show
Lexus are getting ready for this year's SEMA Show, which will be held in Las Vegas next week. For its fifth appearance at the show, Lexus is presenting nine cars, three of them special commissions that explore the potential for more extreme styling and performance.
The first one is a GS F-Sport by Five Axis finished in Glacier White with Slate Gray accents. It features a bespoke widebody conversion, a custom-built twin-tailpipe exhaust and AirRunner TC-5 air suspension. The flared wheelarches house FIVE:AD S5:F alloys and a Stop Tech Big Brake kit is fitted.
The second is also tuned by Five Axis – CT 200h. The hybrid has a widebody conversion, a JDSU Dark Passage paint finish and a TEIN performance suspension system. The interior boasts seats that have laser etched inserts in UltraSuede, a synthetic microfibre material from EcoDesign and an illuminated headlining, also finished in UltraSuede. The upholstery has been created by California specialist Turinmodel. This one-off low-riding CT 200h has custom FIVE:AD 19" forged wheels and a Stop Tech braking system.
Vip Auto Salon will exhibit IS Coupe-Cabriolet with a nice Chameleon paint finish by K&W and a carbon fibre body kit and bonnet. The car also gains a high performance exhaust, lowered springs, Bilstein shocks and F Sport 19" full-faced forged alloy wheels. A Power Enterprise Rotex Supercharger kit by Apexi.
Top Stitch has created special seat inserts for the show car, and even the lighting has been customised, with high-intensity discharge fog lights and LED running lights.
Lexus F-Sport models will be also at the 2011 SEMA. All visitors will be able to see the all new GS F-Sport for the first time.