Lexus RX 450h Camouflaged

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Camouflage is a concept that was initially created for the military world. However, modern times can bring camouflage to a whole new range of machines. Today, we shall see how camo is used to play with a civilian-produced car's appearance. The vehicle that we are about to present to you manages to offer an interesting mix between clean styling cues and an unusual exterior finish.

We have to start by mentioning that the vehicle used for this project is a Lexus. This means that we get a set of premium goodies that are aimed at offering a high level of comfort, so there are no combat features here. The car we are talking about is an RX 450h, so we are dealing with an SUV that has a degree in eco-consciousness.

So, this car is determined to save the planet. Thus, we can understand why, in an effort to accomplish its goal, the SUV decided to become a (visual) part of nature, putting on a camouflage finish.

The project was handled by Creative FX, with the vehicle being destined for the UK Special Forces. The list of special features offered by the car includes a set of stickers indicating the location of the tow hooks (these are placed on the bumpers), other military-inspired stickers, tinted rear windows, as well as semi-camouflaged taillights.

Now that you’ve seen a RX 450h that uses an extreme visual approach, you might want to get to know the model in person. No, we can’t offer you transportation and a test drive of the vehicle, but we’ve got the next best thing. Our team tested the vehicle - you can read the review here.

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