2 Modified Cars at SEMA  
 

The SEMA Show is a trade event that takes place in Las Vegas each year. This is the premier automotive event to attend if you’re in the automotive industry. A number of educational seminars and demonstrations are provided throughout the event, along with some impressive debuts. Lexus debuted two modified cars at this year’s SEMA Show in early November.

The first model debuted by Lexus was a modified version of the IS 500. It was created by Townsend Bell (Lexus Ambassador) along with Hiraku Co. The design included a 3D-printed body kit that had a lot of updates. This includes new side panels, a redesigned roof spoiler, a new front lip, and a carbon fiber trunk setup. The exterior is vinyl coating wrapped.

   2 Modified Cars at SEMA  

Performance is impressive from the IS 500 modified vehicle. It has an A’PEXi induction box connected to a TOMS Racing carbon suction pipe and quad-tip exhaust setup. TOMS also provided the front and rear chassis design. Brembo brakes are included with wheels from Rotiform LAS-R. They included aerodisc covers.

Lexus also debuted there is 350 F Sport, created by DSport Magazine with racecar driver Scott Pruett. This vehicle features an Artisan Spirits body kit design that has flared fenders, side skirt extensions, and a carbon rear wing design. Titanium mounts and a front splitter are also included with 20-inch Rotiform wheels in matte bronze. Three different positions are provided by the adjustable coilovers, made by KW Variant. Lexus ran into issues with accessing parts to upgrade the powertrain, but it’s anticipated that these changes will debut at next year’s event.

You can find out more about these modified vehicles or the vehicles that are currently part of the Lexus lineup by contacting us here at Reliable Lexus. We look forward to helping you choose your next luxury vehicle.