Admirers of the Lexus LFA supercar have something special to visit in dreams: The custom 2012 Lexus LFA from the 2013 SEMA show. SEMA stands for Specialty Equipment Market Association, an annual gathering among automotive enthusiasts that highlights the best of what is and what is to come. The show this year prompted a trip down memory lane to revisit the Lexus offerings of last year–perhaps the best gathering of creativity to date.This custom 2012 Lexus LFA was a showstopper at SEMA. Would you want her in your garage? It is certain that Jeremy Clarkson would, as he said that the Lexus LFA was: “The best car I’ve ever driven”.
The custom LFA was joined at the show by the 2014 Lexus IS 350. The IS 350 was designed via a contest conducted through DeviantART and she is a looker! The online contest attracted hundreds of decent submissions. That gave judges the hard task of narrowing the entries down to just one winner. The talented winner was Rob Evans of the artsy city of Seattle, Washington. His entry was then built in just ten weeks. The funny/tragic part: He only won $2k for it–though the publicity and notoriety are priceless.
Moving back to the awesome custom Lexus LFA. Guy S. De Alwis of Endless Automotive tweaked this beauty. It boasts a carbon fiber aero kit sitting on Work Dnosis HS202 20s. Is she more attractive than all of her siblings? That is up for debate. Is she an incredible take on the first-ever Lexus supercar? Absolutely.
Overall, events like SEMA are brimming with more than just potential and attract passerby and potential buyers in style. And now, just because it was spectacular, take a trip down memory lane and watch the Lexus LFA ballet one more time!
Remember the Lexus LFA ballet? It is carporn of epic proportions. Enjoy!
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