Lexus's new RC coupe takes centre stage at SEMA, with several upgraded road versions and a new GT3 racer
Mark Tisshaw
5 November 2014

A highly modified wide-body version of the Lexus RC F Sport is Lexus's star at the SEMA show in Las Vegas.

The Lexus Project RC F Sport is the work of tuner Gordon Ting and Beyond Marketing.

Based on the RC350 F Sport, the model gets a whole host of modifications including a ‘Custom Rocket Bunny’ wide-body kit, custom 19in alloys, Brembo Performance brakes, upgrades sports suspension and a sports exhaust.

This RC is one of several modififed versions of the new sports coupe at SEMA, in a line-up crowned by the new GT3 racing version.

Lexus's new Lexus NX crossover is another Lexus to be given a performance makeover at SEMA. Tuners 360 Elite Motorworks has created a lowered orange and black version of the NX200t, complete with black 21in alloys, an aero kit and a performance exhaust system.

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