What’s in a line? Well, when it comes to how cars look, a lot. So at the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) show this week, Lexus showed off some pretty sexy lines, giving show-goers a thrilling look at some of its sportier modifications.
Let’s take a look at Lexus’ decidedly athletic SEMA offerings.
LC 500 –
When the Lexus LC 500 made its global debut at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, its alluring styling, exciting performance capability and exquisite craftsmanship marked the start of a new era for the luxury brand. The LC 500 by Gordon Ting of Beyond Marketing offers a different approach to the brand’s flagship coupe, featuring an aggressive look and tuned engine for a racing-inspired build.
RC F GT 3 –
The 2015 Lexus RC F GT3 racecar was used during the 2016 race season to gather data and track experience to help further the Lexus race program. 3GT Racing, formed by Paul Gentilozzi and his long term partners specifically to race the Lexus RC F GT3, will compete with two 2017 cars in the 2017 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship race series.
GS F –
Utilizing the original bodylines of the GS F, the rear of the vehicle is enhanced for a wider appearance and a wider wheel stance, enhancing traction and stability.
RC F –
Following the same design philosophy as the enhanced GS F, the original body lines of the RC F were pulled out and widened to give the vehicle a more aggressive stance and presence. A wider wheel fitment enhances traction and stability and the RC F, like the GS F, also features a cold air intake system, full header back exhaust system with titanium tips and custom suspension.