Photo Gallery: Lexus LFA Wrapped in Matte Silver

Lexus LFA in Matte Silver

The Open Road Lexus dealership in Richmond, BC, has taken their #022 Pearl Read LFA and wrapped in matte silver for display at the Vancouver Auto Show — here’s another shot from the back:

Lexus LFA Matte Silver

Open Road Lexus also posted some additional photos on their Facebook page:

The Vancouver Auto Show starts tomorrow at the Vancouver Convention Centre, and runs until March 30th.

More Images of the Lexus RC F in New Orange

Lexus RC F in Orange

Lexus Singapore has posted two renderings of the RC F in the New Orange exterior color — here’s one in a higher resolution than the image above:

Lexus RC F in Orange Rear

(After my post about the color last week, I received emails from a couple sources letting me know the RC F Orange will be a few shades lighter than the IS F CCS-R, and not the same color.)

Tomica Release Die-Cast Lexus IS F SPORT

Lexus IS 350 F SPORT Tomica

Japanese toy maker Tomica has produced two Lexus IS F SPORT die cast models — here’s a loyal fan unboxing the cars:

The detail is decent for a 1/65 scale model — wish I could visit the nearest big-box store and pick up a couple for myself, but these will likely be rare outside of Japan.

(Puts to mind the massive Lexus die-cast car collection I posted about way back in 2010.)

Video: Inside the Lexus RC F GT500 Race Car

Lexus Racing

There’s a new Lexus Racing video with in-car footage of the RC F GT500 race cars:

There are six Lexus RC F GT500 teams taking part in the 2014 SuperGT season, which starts April 6th at the Okayama International Circuit.

Lexus Korea Launches CT 200h Art Project

Lexus CT 200h Korea Art

The updated Lexus CT 200h has lead to some pretty interesting marketing experiments — first, there was Lexus Japan’s stellar Trick Photography project, and now Lexus Korea has followed it up with a graphic design showcase:

This video shows how the designers put together some of these images:

There’s a lot of creativity in these unusual projects — they transcend the language barrier and make me appreciate the approach that Lexus is taking worldwide.

See more from the Lexus Korea Art Project