And of course there's the matte champagne bodywork that ditches all Lexus
badging for TMG's own, and looks like it could tackle any touring car series from Germany's DTM to Japan's Super GT series. The result of all those modifications is a projected 0-62 time of 3.9 seconds and a 320 km/h (199 mph) top speed, both of which TMG aims to confirm (or exceed) with more track testing. In short, it's an absolute transformation more complete than most any mod job we've seen, turning a sedate luxo-barge into a fire-breathing, racing-tuned muscle car that would make any Mercedes AMG or BMW
M car shake in its brakes.