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Aimgain Lexus LS Forgot About Its Manners

While the new Lexus LS is used throughout the world as an executive luxury sedan to haul the boss between meetings, if you have on in Japan you must be a rich 30-years-old guy who stanced the hell out of it and maybe applied some extra body panels here and there.
Stanced Aimgain Lexus LS 1 photo
However, out of what the most known tuner Aimgain offers for this model, what you see here exceeds every expectation. In fact, we can’t even tell if every extra body part you see on this LS 460 is offered by Aimgain - nothing in its current catalogue seem to resemble with this.

All this 2014 Lexus LS 460 is missing is a huge wing at the back to look like its ready to take on the racetrack. Other than that is seems to have everything - aggressive new bumpers, redesigned side skirts, low suspension, big black rims and even bolt-on flared fenders resembling a bit with the Rocket Bunny ones for the Toyota GT 86.

Turning older big sedans into low cruisers is a popular phenomena in Japan, and even in other parts of the world, but seeing the all new one looking this rough really messes up you mind a bit. If you don’t get the picture try imagine a 2014 Mercedes-Benz S Class with an air suspension and bolt-on fenders.

 
 
 
 
 

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