Lexus Messes With People’s Heads to Promote Pre-Cognitive Safety Features
Lexus marketing recently launched a campaign that makes people think a billboard actually knows what they’re thinking.
When I read the words “Lexus flagship,” two cars raced directly to the forefront of my crowded mind: the RX and the LS. And they’re still kind of racing.
Plumes of tire smoke reaching for the skies like the water fountains at the Bellagio — deafening engines getting the Harlem Globe Trotter dribble off the rev limiter — Formula DRIFT’s 90-mph tail-out action is more than mesmerizing … it’s life-changing … and then there are the show cars. Finger-licking good.
The LS 460 you see here is not only custom, it’s a 2014 SEMA/NUROTAG show car. Forum member MrMark owns it.
One thing I love about fellow car enthusiasts, such as you lovely people, is that they enjoy automobiles so much that they’ll modify any of them to make them more unique. It doesn’t matter what kind of vehicle it is, either. Customizers will tweak sports cars, crossovers, trucks, and SUVs – even big-bodied sedans, too.