These Lexus NX/RX bodykits are insane
They're real, grille and all.
SCL Global, founded in Russia in 2003, specializes in manufacturing visual enhancement kits for premium and luxury cars, including the Maserati Quattroporte, Mercedes G-Class and even the Porsche’s 911 Turbo S. However, one of the more unique products in their portfolio is a bodykit for the Lexus NX and RX crossovers. Although the powertrains are essentially the same, you wouldn't tell by that surreal grille.
SCL Global’s body kit for the NX was nicknamed Kotaro. Besides for that aforementioned grille which draws your eyes towards the center of the vehicle, the Russian firm also created a custom hood with a couple of openings near the windshield, as well as a new splitter and enlarged fender flares that make Lexus’ SUV look like it’s been hitting the gym lately (socially distanced, of course). At the back, you’ll find a roof spoiler and stylish trimmings around the taillights. The rear bumper was modified, allowing for a stealthy aftermarket exhaust system to make its way through a central opening.
The conversion for the RX is named Goemon, which sounds like it's from Pokemon, but it looks more like a demon. The garish grille remains; However, it is now flanked by a pair of generously-sized air inlets that aren’t featured on the NX module. Additionally, its hood is a little sharper and the splitter’s configuration appears to be slightly more complex. Lastly, the rear end was honored with a similar spoiler layout, but prides itself with a tougher bumper setup. In comparison to its sibling’s design, the manufacturer decided to leave RX’s taillights untouched.