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Ever since Lexus first began participating at the SEMA Show the team from Five Axis has been around. Showing just what's possible when you're not constrained by styling that must appeal to all types or by volume manufacturing, creative boss Troy Sumitomo has been crafting wild one-offs for years. Initially some rather wild tuner-style cars, more recently the design house seems to have developed its own identity, showcased most recently in the "Project GS" concept based on the all-new 2013 Lexus GS. With an extra wide body, massive 20-inch wheels and a low-low stance, this unique interpretation of the new GS is easily the best reason yet why Toyota should hire Sumitomo.

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Five Axis never fails to impress. I LOVE the Lexus GS by Five Axis, it really is one of the best looking vehicles at the SEMA show. Not a lot of tuning companies can give a car crazy styling yet have everything flow properly with the original body lines.
 
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