Guess Which Luxury Car Can Pitch Baseballs And Fingerpaint Too?

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Looks like Lexus had a really great time at summer camp.

Likea kid returning from camp and showing off his artwork or her new skills atbaseball, Lexus has just launched a new campaign called Golden Opportunities toshowcase just how great its cars are at doing a bunch of stuff that has nothingto do with cars. Even so, these videos keep with the company's artistic and creativerecent campaigns, and they are so well made that they're actually quiteawesome. Using slow motion, the videos demonstrate the incredible things that wecan only see by slowing down and taking advantage of those 'goldenopportunities.'

First,putting the IS F-Sport to work as a pitcher, Lexus does an outstanding job atshattering the neighbor's windows and getting away with it:

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Next, the RC350 F Sport goes on an artistic rampage and flings rainbowseverywhere:

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