Lexus IS-F by SR Auto and Wald Int'l


Canadian tuning house utilizes Japanese tuning firm’s Black Bison kit in transforming the IS-F.

There's no doubting the work ethic of Vancouver-based tuner SR Auto Group. Having recently rolled out an S63 AMG, an Audi R8 Spyder and a Lamborghini Gallardo, it has gone back to basics using a Lexus IS-F for its latest project, taking the performance sedan to even further extremes. Japanese tuning fans should immediately notice Wald International's influence on this particular job, with its Black Bison kit used to transform the delicate sedan into what can only be described as a bit of a brute.

A revised bumper with new carbon-fiber lip and intakes, new side skirts, flared arches, a blacked-out roof, rear spoiler and diffuser make up the styling kit, while the transformation is completed by a set of 20-inch Vossen CV3 wheels finished in two-tone black and silver.

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