Lexus unveils nine models for SEMA

Posted on Sunday, 3 November 2013 , 22:11:09 byEmil

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Lexus unveils nine models for SEMA

Lexus announce their plans to reveal not less than nine new models for the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Motor Show soon to take place in Las Vegas. The vehicles were developed in collaboration with deviantART, a social network for artists, in order to bring an even more aggressive design for the IS.

Robert Evans proved to bring the most exquisite design, therefore winning the competition for customizing and modifying the current IS. His design features a carbon interior package, a custom paint job and a unique styling package with three-piece wheels. The winning design was brought to reality within ten weeks of hard work. Robert Evans` application was the best from more than 600 others due to its originality and feasible design. Evans also won a one year lease of a 2014 Lexus IS F Sport, a trip to the SEMA Auto Show, $2.000, and a 12 months premium membership to deviantART.

In addition to Robert Evan`s design IS, the company will display several other vehicles during the SEMA.

First, we have the 2007 IS 250 which rides on 20 inch alloy wheels and features a F SPORT performance accessory kit from Andew Atigehchi. A 2004 IS 300 with a ProLex Performance Supercharger and JDM Altezza grille and Paul Tolson and Gabriel Escobedo`s 2014 IS 250 F Sport featuring an all metal wide body.

Next, Lexus will display the 2014 IS 350 F Sport by Tommy Kaira featuring a Vossen dual exhaust system, the 2014 IS 350 F Sport by Seibon Carbon riding on 20 inch racing wheels and a 2014 IS 340 by Phillip Chase with a five speed manual gearbox and a 2JZ-GTEengineswap.

Last but not least, participants to the SEMA Auto Show will have the opportunity to see the 2014 LFA by Guy S. De Alwis in a Brush Silver Clear Finish with a carbon fiber aero kit and the 2014 IS AWD by Gordon Ting with redesigned coilcovers and a revised air intake system.

The models will be presented during a press conference set to take place on the 5th of November.