Toyota and Lexus' long-time SEMA tuner partner Five Axis has now taken to Lexus flagship offering, the 2013 LS460 F Sport. Dubbed simply Project LS F Sport, the car is relatively understated, sporting a titanium matte silver paint with pewter grey accents.
Before the re-spray, however, Five Axis designed a custom body kit, again fairly understated for the California-based tuner. The most aggressive change is the front bumper and front quarter panels, which are flared and flow down into the side skirts. The front fascia also gets two 3D-like intakes and a deep chin spoiler. Out back, there is a subtle lip spoiler that doesn't extend for the full width of the trunk, while a diffuser was installed down low.
The ever-important rolling stock consists of BBS-style wheels sized at 22 by 9 inches up front and 22 by 10.5 inches in the rear. They are wrapped in Yokohama Advan Sport rubber, sized at 225/30ZR22 up front and 295/25ZR22 out back.
The wheels and tires' fender-filling look comes courtesy of an AirRunner TC-5 air ride system that can lower or raise the car's ride height at will for that VIP feeling. The system is said to offer six dampening adjustment presets and six height settings while offering a range of between four and five inches.