Spinners and Neons - That’s What This Lexus RX Needs Now

Black leopard wrapped Lexus RX 1 photo
Photo: Russian Tuning Company
There was a time when your customized car had to wear all sorts of graphics over its body to stand out. The more, the merrier was the motto and you could combine them with as many manufacturers stickers as you could, without your ride even have the aftermarket products installed.
That’s how the ‘90s up to mid 2000’s spawned all sort of ricers with tribal graphics, dragons, koi fish and other kitsch art painted or sticked to them, along with flashing neons, spinners, lambo-doors and all that useless stuff considered to make you ride flashier. If you played the Need For Speed Underground series, you know what are we talking about here.

However, it seems that some guys in Russia are still fond of those ‘golden’ days of tuning and are still turning their rides in abstract paintings on wheels. Take this Lexus RX here for example. It would have been enough to simply wrap it in that brushed metallic red and fit it a set of nice rims, but no... some one thought that this will go better with a black leopard painted on the sides along with some jungle leafs and rocks.

It doesn’t match the exact classic 90’s tuning program but it’s pretty damn close to it. Just imagine the stickers and neons.
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