2015 Speedhunters Scion FR-S Maximum Attack is the name of the winning vehicle of Scion's 10th annual Tuner Challenge. The good news is for all visitors of this year's Chicago Auto Show, because the car will be on display there. From its participation in the Scion Tuner Challenge, Speedhunters were given 90-days and $15,000 to transform a stock Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0. They designed the "Maximum Attack" Scion FR-S with 1970s look that incorporates the racing heritage, taking on the number 86 and an IMSA style look.
The visual standout on their design is overfenders as part of a special edition kit designed by Kei Miura. The car itself is equipped with Cosworth Stage 2.0 supercharger and also features RS*R Black-i coilovers as well as a Wilwood big brake kit with 6-pistons front/4-pistons rear. It runs on custom Rotiform BLQ wheels which are in size 17×9 inches at the front and 17×11 inches at the rear.
At the show, Scion will also feature its full lineup of exciting youth-oriented vehicles. On display will be the FR-S 1.0 and tC 9.0 Release Series vehicles. In addition, Scion tC Release Series 9.0 arrives in dealerships this month.
This is a limited edition two-tone version of the popular sports coupe that was designed in conjunction with Jeremy Lookofsky of Cartel Customs. The vehicle has one-of-a-kind black and magma exterior, and also features an aero kit designed by Cartel Customs, a center exhaust, a Smart Key with Push Button Start featuring the "Cartel Logo" and orange front seat belts.
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