With a huge aftermarket community and a gentle push from the automaker itself, Scion's booth at the SEMA Show is always a treat filled with crazy customs and tricked-out tuners.
Our jaws dropped when we saw this xB limo, which draws inspiration from VIP style vehicles, emphasizing high style and serious interior upgrades. With a wheelbase that's been stretched by 48 inches and a 2,600-watt Alpine audio system, this xB's back seat may be the best seat in the house.
GReddy is one of the only Scion tuners that published horsepower numbers for its tC. We guess the 340-horsepower and 325 pound-feet of torque generated by the GReddy T67 turbo kit is nothing to be ashamed of.
It's got an Alpine stereo, but that's probably the stock unit. That's OK because Crawford Performance knows how to do one thing well: going fast. Unlike most show cars, this Time Attack tC will actually spend time on the track.
This Tuner Challenge tC by James Lin has a list of mods longer than my high school graduating class, but what's most obvious from the outside is the crazy aero upgrades. Wings and splitters and strakes, oh my!
John Pangilinan seeks to eke every ounce of performance out of this tC with a full aero kit, KW coilover suspension, Brembo Gran Turismo brakes, a Descendant TC2 turbocharger kit, and a nitrous oxide injection system by NOS. Just be sure to keep the "Fast and Furious" jokes to a minimum.