The claret-red ES is just one of the customized vehicles in Vegas this year.
The SEMA Show is in full swing in Las Vegas this week, and Lexus is on hand with a roster of customized vehicles of its own. But the most intriguing, to our eyes, is also the most restrained.
Designed to appeal to wine connoisseurs, this custom ES 350 F Sport wears a special claret-red metallic paintjob and accents made from reclaimed oak barrels. It even has a wine refrigerator on board, and special cupholders for wine glasses and bottles. And it's topped off with a set of 20-inch Rays alloys and an Artisan Spirit aero kit.
Of course the new ES sedan isn't the only vehicle Lexus has worked up for SEMA. It's joined as well by a custom LS F Sport sedan, decked out in dark grey with a similar aero kit to the rolling wine cooler's, along with 22-inch wheels packing Brembo brakes.
There's an example of the soon-to-be-released UX crossover, too, with a light blue wrap, aero kit, Vorsen alloys, custom suspension and exhaust, and a bike rack on the roof to hold the Lexus F Sport Caron Fiber road bicycle that was made to mark the end of production of the LFA.
The custom UX debuted at Pebble Beach alongside the LC 500 Inspiration Series that will also be on display, decked out in yellow with black 21-inch alloys, a carbon-fiber roof panel, and yellow-trimmed white interior.
And there's a custom RC 350 F Sport, decked out in matte black with blue neon underbody lights, that's currently making its way across the United States from Miami to Los Angeles, stopping in Atlanta, Austin, and Las Vegas along the way.