Following the smooth and angular design theme that current Lexus concepts express today, my concept interprets this theme with custom body panels to create more dynamic, aggressive and artistic forms.
[LIST OF MODIFICATION] -Custom wide fenders with vents. -Custom side skirts with intake. -Custom front bumper with LED wrapped intakes and carbon fiber splitters. -Custom rear bumper and carbon fiber diffuser. -Custom trunk with integrated spoiler. -Smoked front head lamps. -Lightweight split 5 spoke wheels. -Big brake kit. -Lexus F Sport performance suspension for low stance and performance. -Carbon fiber covered side mirrors.
[TOOLS] -Free hand sketching -Digital Drawing by Adobe Photoshop CS5 -Logos from provided asset pack
I though some of you might be interested in seeing one of my concepts without the panels and whats actually underneath........ it's surprising how many 3D objects are needed other than the panels to help create the realism !
This is my concept that I feel evokes confidence in a thought of never blending in. The theme and title is "ISTANDOUT" that was designed to highlight the 2014 Lexus IS 250 F Sport exterior features while carefully choosing modifications that is executable within the 10-week build period.
Design Notes: - A Teal Blue with Gloss Black 2-tone paint scheme following the lines and accentuating the contours of the body. No Body Kit needed. - Custom Fender vents achieved with an IS-F -inspired cut in the Factory OEM fenders. - Lowered stance via an Air Suspension System that can adjust the ride height accordingly. - Blacked-out all the chrome parts and trims. - Big Brake kit with Calipers painted to match the Teal Blue body. - Split 5-spoke wheel designed finished in Gloss Black with Teal Blue pinstripe.
Additional Notes: - Created in Photoshop CS5 - Base Lexus IS 250 F Sport images from the provided asset were used and modified. - My own photograph of the wheels were used and modified. - Background elements were created 100% from scratch.
As someone who had attended SEMA since 1996, as well as designed cars for it, this was a challenge I couldn't pass up.