The Lexus LS600hL and RX450h, which were launched in the Philippines just last month, are getting special attention in Las Vegas with customized versions on display at the ongoing Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.
Fox Marketing literally turned the Lexus LS600hL into SEMA's "greenest" limousine with a special Glacier Green and Satin Black body paint.
The car specialist also gave the LS600hL a full Artisan Spirit body kit with skirts, a front light bar, twin rear wings and smoked taillights.
Fox Marketing also equipped the Lexus with modified Lexus/SSBC brakes and Rotiform concave 20-inch BLW wheels with a "candy copper" finish.
Meanwhile, VIP Auto Salon worked on a "low and luxurious" theme for the Lexus LS600hL with customized interiors and a metallic bronze finish.
Other features include 15-inch Brembo discs with six-piston monoblock callipers, 21-inch WALD Mahora M11c polished machined black wheels and customised air suspension with a JoeZ Series rear axle system from Performance Tube Systems.
The RX450h--the top-selling Lexus model in North America--was spiced up by Paul Tolson of EST Styling with a wide-body conversion kit from Hired Gun Paint Werks and 21-inch rims from Leon Hardiritt.
Other Lexus vehicles at the SEMA include the CT200h, modified by Lexus itself, and the GS450h sports sedan spruced up by 0-60 Magazine.
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