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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-27-2019, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Lexus UX body kits and exterior mods

Body kits and exterior modifications for the Lexus UX have been on my radar ever since its release, and fortunately some launched as the UX did! In the coming months we should see many more especially with it setting sales records already. If you have to ask... I'm undecided at the moment although the full splitter kit (front, sides, rear & diffuser) revealed at last years SEMA show will be my last resort, everything else out right now is too wild for my liking.

So far here's what we have to work with:

TRD Japan Lexus UX "F Sport Parts":
  • front spoiler
  • aerodynamic mirror cover
  • aero fender
  • side skirt
  • rear diffuser
  • sports exhaust
  • roof spoiler

NIA Auto Design:
  • front splitter
  • diffuser bumper extension
  • rear lip
  • side skirt splitter

Artisan Spirits Japan Black Label (Sports Line)
  • front under spoiler
  • side skirt under spoiler
  • rear under diffuser (F Sport bumper only)
  • rear gate spoiler
  • rear roof spoiler
  • over fender kit (10mm wide)
  • CFRP (plain weave) number plate frame
  • lock nut kit (black or chrome)

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-02-2019, 03:12 PM
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Artisan Spirts have been releasing some beautiful kits as of late. Not sure if you guys have seen their set for the LC, but it gives the car a great new look. Unfortunately that most of what we've seen so far is restricted to JDM. When are we thinking NA will get some knockoffs?
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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-04-2019, 04:28 PM Thread Starter
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Its a bit of a long shot, but I have seen members on other boards talk about Novel and their aerokits. Something from them developed for the UX can work well especially with potential of an F model.
for reference, here's what they've done to an RC-F:
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