Lexus has announced the winners of their IS design challenge for SEMA. Top honors went to Seattle native Rob Evans who will now see his car come to life.

Lexus has announced the winners of their IS design challenge for SEMA.

After reviewing more than 600 entries, the judges declared Seattle native Rob Evans the winner. His proposal shows a sporty sedan with an aggressive body kit that includes new bumpers, revised skirts, extended wheel arches and a dual exhaust system. The car will now be built by VIP Auto Salon and presented at SEMA.

Besides seeing his design come to life, Evans will receive $2,000 in cash, a one-year lease on a 2014 Lexus IS and an all expenses paid trip to Las Vegas.

The runners up - Lucia Lee of Pasadena, California and Guanghao Huang of Southfield, Michigan - will receive $1,500, a six-month premium membership to deviantART and 4,000 deviantART points.

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