At the Tokyo Auto Saloon, which brought together the most intriguing custom cars of the world at one place, Lexus has revealed its undoubted sports nature, showcasing two exclusively athletic-styled IS F one-off rides.

Starring the sporty duo was the ultra-high performance Lexus IS F CCS-R (Circuit Club Sport Racer), which benefits from new frameless construction roll cage, polycarbonate windows and carbon fiber body panels, including a front bumper, rear wing, bonnet and a boot lid. Furthermore, a racing suspension, new brake unit, cooling and exhaust systems, as well as an updated mechanical limited-slip differential and sleek lighweight alloys wrapped in high-performance tyres hint the beast's speed hunger.

In the terms of interior, the IS F Circuit Club Sport Racer show ride utilizes extensive use of carbon fiber for the dashboard, centre console and door trims. In addition to that, racing details like six-point safety harness and small-diameter steering wheel with paddle shifts add even more exclusivity and character to the staggering eye-catcher.

The other Lexus highlight – the TRD IS F Club Performance Accessory model, is based upon the most vigor ride that can be found in the IS family, sporting new, bold spoilers at the front and rear, rear diffuser, carbon hood and sports seats finished in bright orange. It also has sports-tuned suspension and brakes, a titanium exhaust system, magnesium rims and a updated mechanical LSD.

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