SEMA Preview: Lexus LS 600hL by Fox Marketing


With just a couple weeks before SEMA, Fox Marketing has unveiled their modified LS 600hL that will be shown as part of the Lexus display:

Lexus LS 600hL Fox Marketing Front View

Lexus LS 600hL Fox Marketing Rear View

Like what was done to the front grille:

Lexus LS 600hL Fox Marketing Front Grille

Here’s probably the best look at the real color:

Lexus LS 600hL by Fox Marketing

I like the blacked/greened-out look well enough, especially in the way it tones down the Artisan Spirits body kit down to a manageable level. At first, I wasn’t sure about the wheels, but they’re growing on me — the pattern fits but I’m lukewarm on the color.

To see more photos of the modified LS 600h, be sure to check out Fox Marketing’s Flickr page.

Comments


  • BOSS

    Looks badass, but why green?

  • Eljay

    I’m not a whopping big fan of custom jobs on a Lexus,but this isn’t half bad.

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    BOSS wrote:Looks badass, but why green?

    I’m thinking it has something to do with the hybrid motif of this year’s Lexus display at SEMA.

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

    I like it!

  • Lexusluver

    Thumbs down from me. I doubt this build will in any way appeal to the demographic likely to buy an LS 600hl.

  • Lexus Ben

    This must gotta show what all Lexus LS owners out there should definately represent like this LSh. I mean I’ve seen M-Benz, Bimmer big sedan hopped up. But this Lexus definately takes it!!! End of story

  • Gawark

    Wow. That’s really ugly and lame.

  • Gawark

    Is there anything you DONT like?

    WorldofLuxury wrote:I like it!

  • http://TLE Shane

    I’m a dedicated Lexus man but i don’t like this work-over.

  • iCyCo

    Like it except for the rims

  • Hamed

    Yeah it’s nice but why green why not black or orange or yellow or red !! ;-)

  • MikeF0209

    Ridiculously insane and badass… Proud Lexus man from 10 years ago… Owned 5 different models two of them being my current cars.

    Love it…the color, the wheel patters, the ride height … it’s completely different than all custom modifications done to a lexus yet subtle enough …AMAZING !!!! ;-)

  • McWitz

    Looks good. Great stance and lines, color is fantastic for the theme…rims have to go, horrible-look like a bad BBS knockoff. Definitely prefer the Wald custom.

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

    @Gawark: lol If you’ve read my previous comments, you’d notice I’ve had too much complaints. Just trying to stay positive :-)

    Obviously, there would be so many other things I would rather do and could do better, even if I were to use the same body kit. imo, I haven’t seen a single customized Lexus interior that is both awesome, usable, and safe.

  • http://www.foxmarketingcars.com Brian Fox

    Thanks boys. The color of the wheels and the car is outstanding in person. See the car in person before making a final judgment. Pull out at penny in your pocket and that is the color the wheels are with a candy on them. With a dark color you need a dark wheel that will match. Everyone does silver so I wanted to put the level of style, and class to the LS600hl. I put the level of style and that is my job as an automotive style with a passion for cars.

  • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

    @Brian Fox: Let me just say one thing: I love how the car looks amazing overall. Your modified Lexus vehicles are one of a few that are actually easy on the eyes while still looking stunning – very wholesome, if you know what I mean.

    btw, does the the radar hiding behind the new Lexus badge on the front grille still work?

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Brian Fox wrote:Thanks boys. The color of the wheels and the car is outstanding in person. See the car in person before making a final judgment. Pull out at penny in your pocket and that is the color the wheels are with a candy on them. With a dark color you need a dark wheel that will match. Everyone does silver so I wanted to put the level of style, and class to the LS600hl. I put the level of style and that is my job as an automotive style with a passion for cars.

    Thanks for stopping by, Brian — looking forward to seeing your LSh at SEMA! :-)

  • Rashid

    just amazing !!