Supercharged 405 HP Lexus IS350C to debut at SEMA | Rpmgo.com



This year’s SEMA show in Las Vegas will be host to many modified models, but a very interesting one which promises both performance and the wind through your hair is Fox Marketing’s supercharged 2010 Lexus IS350C, which has seen a big power increase to 405 HP.

Largely responsible for this boost in power is a ProCharger C2 blower which adds another six PSI into the 3.5-liter V6 of the Japanese convertible, as well as a Yonaka intercooler and an F-Sport exhaust system. Other additions will be the braking system, taken straight from Lexus’ tuning division, which boast 14-inch discs, which will be decorate with a set of iForged 20-inch wheels, wrapped in Tokyo T1R tires. Also thanks to a Yonaka SPECII adjustable coilover suspension, this convertible will also stick closer to the ground and maintain its stability.

The outside wasn’t forgotten, as Fox added a new front lip, as well as side skirts, a revamped front grille and new badges. Expect more details on the car when the SEMA show will start next week.

Source: Autoblog

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