Toyota’s luxury brand Lexus has recently announced its plans to introduce nine models at the 2013 SEMA Motor Show, which will officially open its gates next week.
The first model to be unveiled will be the Philip Chase’s IS 340, which is coming with an impressive 700 HP (552 kW), thanks to the 2JZ-GTE engine, equipped with a 3.4 liter stroker kit and Garrett GTX3582R turbocharger. The Seibon Carbon IS 350 F SPORT will also be unveiled, with its A’PEXI SPL suspension system, 20-inch Volk Racing G27 wheels, custom air intake and carbon fiber components, like the trunk, fenders, hood, side skirts and rear spoiler.
Lexus will also unveil the Robert Evans’ IS, which was built by VIP Auto Salon, featuring an aerodynamic body kit, three-piece alloy wheels and a carbon fiber interior. The model was selected the winner of the IS design challenge. There will also be an IS 250 F SPORT by Paul Tolson and Gabriel Escobedo, which has a wide body kit, a Glasurit Orange Mercury finish on its exterior design, Wheel Works Emotion CR Kiwami alloy wheels, Rotara brakes, sports exhaust system and much more.
The IS 350 F SPORT is boasting a Tommy Kaira body kit, 20-inch Vossen CVT wheels and a sports exhaust system. The Gordon Ting IS will get upgrades such as the Street Flex coilovers, the sports exhaust system, the Greddy Air intake, the Brembo braking system, the TRD body kit and the Sparco seats. There will also be a supercharged 2004 IS 300, a 2007 IS 250 F SPORT and a 2012 LFA With a new carbon fiber body kit and 20-inch wheels.