Four modified Scion FR-S coupés to take centre stage for the Toyota sub-brand in Las Vegas
Darren Moss
1 November 2013

Four concepts built around the Scion FR-S, the Toyota sub-brand's version of the GT86 sports car, will take centre stage for the manufacturer at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas. 

The first modified model, pictured above, has been designed by DJ and producer Steve Aokim, and features an operational music mixing station, custom sound system and multiple speaker packages with LCD screens, smoke machine and strobe lighting.

There's also a 'bulletproof' FR-S dubbed the 'Concept One'. Produced in partnership with tuner Bulletproof Automotive, the concept features an interior made from carbonfibre, plus wider bodywork and a tuned engine producing 493bhp thanks to a new turbocharger. The suspension system has also been track-tuned.

The third FR-S has been tuned by Greddy Performance, and is billed as a prototype for the drift circuit. It's equipped with a new aerodynamic body kit and a tuned engine putting out 740bhp.

Finally, the 'Style J' FR-S shows a futuristic design built around comfort and technology. Mirrors are replaced with cameras, while the customised leather interior features new stitching and black trim accents throughout.

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A Scion Xb will also be shown, and transformed into a 'Strictly Business Cartel' concept, with the stretched car equipped with an integrated wi-fi hotspot and computer.

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