According to Canadian design house SR Auto Group, just because the Scion-ized Toyota iQ is the world's smallest four seater, doesn't mean it shouldn't look the part as well. With this in mind, it gave birth to the Project Pryzm.
"This iQ was titled with the name Project Pryzm because of its sharp and boxy exterior," says SR Auto. "The objective behind Project Pryzm was to create a car that would leave you speechless."
The tuner started out with the iQ's exterior that gains a comprehensive styling kit from Japan's Premier 4509, which you may remember from the Bentley-faced Toyota Supra tune.
The package includes a new front fascia that sort of brings to mind the…Nissan GT-R, along with a new rear bumper, side skirts, front and rear wheel arch extensions, hood scoops and a roof spoiler. The Japanese mini rides on a new set of 18-inch Sparo wheels finished in black and a lowered suspension.
The styling refinements continue inside with reshaped sports seats covered in black leather and suede with a red diamond stitched pattern, and matching trim accents.
Check out the rest of the photos below and tell us what you thing about SR Auto's "speechless" transformation of the iQ.