The new Lexus LS hasn’t even arrived in UK showrooms yet, but it’s already set to star at the world’s biggest and most exciting car customisation showcase in Las Vegas.
Breaking cover at next week’s SEMA show, this LS 460 F Sport by Lexus tuner Five Axis has been given an even more attention-grabbing look, with new bodywork, alloy wheels and suspension.
Most noticeable is the body kit, which comprises front and rear bumpers and side skirts and adds new lines and aerodynamic tweaks as well as large vents and a diffuser integrated into the rear skirt.
Even the colour, a titanium matt finish, has been specially created for the show car. There are also grey accents on the grille frame and twin exhausts.
The motorsport-inspired wheels are Five Axis’s own 22-inch design and the LS rides on a lowered and stiffened AirRunner TC-5 suspension kit. It seems the 4.6-litre, 386bhp V8 engine has been left unmodified, so there’s no increase in power – not that it would be needed.
The SEMA show will also mark the US debut of the stunning LF-CC concept, which wowed the crowds at the Paris Motor Show in September.
We’ll bring you more pictures of the Five Axis LS F Sport when SEMA opens on October 30th.