Scion announcing four modified FR-S’ for SEMA image

Four uniquely modified Scion FR-S sports cars will be officially presented to the public, in a premiere, next week, during the 2013 SEMA Motor Show.

With one of the largest automotive events for custom rides and tuners in the United States, the SEMA Motor Show, getting ready to open its gates next week, Scion couldn’t stay away and the company has recently announced the unveil of four different FR-S. According to the car manufacturer, the first one will be the Scion x FR-S, which has been designed by DJ Steve Aoki. This is incorporating all goodies a successful DJ would want in a car, including a Pioneer sound system, an operational mixing station, a custom LCD display, strobe lighting and much more.

Next one to be unveiled will be the Scion Bulletproof FR-S Concept One, with its aerodynamic improvements, like the prominent front splitter, the massive rear wing, the carbon fiber hood, the racing wheels, new rear bumper, diffuser, new exhaust pipes, track tuned suspension system and 500 HP coming from a turbocharged engine. We also have the Scion FR-S Style J, with its minor interior and exterior modifications, which include the new wheels, different front fascia and rear end. There is also the FR-S courtesy of GReddy Performance, coming with an awesome 750 HP, exterior changes and a racing interior.

Source: GT Spirit