The Japanese based automaker Toyota has recently announced its plans to introduce the Clint Bowyer Prius at the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas, later on this year.
Besides its regular models which have been tweaked for the North American automotive event, Toyota is also previewing the Clint Bowyer Prius, which will be officially presented to the public for the first time during the 2012 SEMA Motor Show in Las Vegas. According to the car manufacturer, the Clint Bowyer Toyota Prius has been modified under his supervision by RKM Performance Center and the model is now gaining some interesting features.
“When you think of a hot rod, you don’t think of a Prius. A young, sophisticated global thinker meets a connected, socially conscious traveler – that’s the theme of the Tekked-Out Prius”, said Clint Bowyer.
The Clint Bowyer Toyota Prius is now getting a built-in Windows 7 running computer, two Asus 12-inch tablets, a side-view camera which has replaced the regular mirrors, 17-inch touch screen display, a 16-speaker audio system signed by JBL, leather and suede upholstery, electric blue stitching, a custom set of Megan Racing springs and shocks, new EVOD wheels and more, which will be revealed at the automotive event.