SEMA 2011: Five Axis to Bring Lexus CT 200h and GS F Sport to the Show

SEMA 2011

Lexus has previewed a couple of nice tuning jobs by Five Axis in time for SEMA 2011.

Having released info about Lexus' new generation GS with the F Sport package yesterday, today we bring you details about tuning firm Five Axis interpretation of the sporty Lexus in addition to their take on the CT 200h. Upgrades on the GS F Sport include 20-inch alloys, a special body finish in Glacier White Paint and custom Slate Grey accents, and a widebody kit featuring an aggressive front bumper, pair of sporty side sills and integrated rear diffuser.

Silver textured accents afford the interior a touch of exclusivity, and the car also features a custom fabricated exhaust system with dual finishers, an AirRunner TC-5 air suspension system, and upgraded brakes by StopTech. A "Low-Rider" theme for the Lexus CT 200h sees a lowered coil-over suspension system, 19-inch forged alloys, custom widebody conversion, Big Brake Kit, and a JDSU "Dark Passage" paintjob.The interior boasts uniquely appointed seats and custom illuminated headliner with suede inserts and upholstery. No doubt someone will now be able to come up with a sentence combining 'hybrid' and 'fun-to-drive.'

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