Lexus has announced plans to introduce nine models at the SEMA Motor Show. Most of them are based on the 2014 IS.
Lexus has announced plans to introduce nine models at the SEMA Motor Show.
First up, the company will unveil Robert Evans' IS which was selected as the winner of the IS design challenge. The car was built by VIP Auto Salon and features an aerodynamic body kit, a carbon fiber interior and three-piece alloy wheels.
The IS 250 F SPORT by Paul Tolson and Gabriel Escobedo has a distinctive Glasurit Orange Mercury exterior with a wide body kit and Wheel Works Emotion CR Kiwami alloy wheels. The model also has air ride suspension, Rotara brakes and a sports exhaust system.
Vossen's IS 350 F SPORT boasts a Tommy Kaira body kit, a sports exhaust system and 20-inch Vossen CVT directional wheels.
Moving on, the Seibon Carbon IS 350 F SPORT has a variety of carbon fiber components including the hood, trunk, fenders, side skirts and rear spoiler. The model also has an A’PEXi SPL suspension, a custom air intake and 20-inch Volk Racing G27 wheels.
Philip Chase's IS 340 features a 2JZ-GTE engine which has been equipped with a 3.4-liter stroker kit and a Garrett GTX3582R turbocharger. Thanks to these modifications, it develops more than 700 bhp (522 kW).
The Gordon Ting IS AWD features a number of upgrades including a GReddy air intake, Street Flex coilovers and a sports exhaust system. Other highlights include Brembo brakes, Sparco seats and a TRD body kit.
The company will also display two customer cars including a supercharged 2004 IS 300 and 2007 IS 250 with F SPORT accessories. There will also be a 2012 LFA with an Artisan Spirits carbon fiber body kit and 20-inch Work Gnosis HS202 wheels.