If you’re a fan of custom Scion cars, you’ll be happy to know that the three 2014 tC concepts that we shared with you earlier today, won’t be alone at next week’s SEMA aftermarket show (November 5-8), as the Japanese firm has just confirmed five more studies, four of which are based on the ever so popular FR-S Coupe, and one on the xB tall compact hatch.
The first version of Scion’s coupe is the ‘x FR-S’ designed by well-known DJ and producer Steve Aoki. It features “a fully operational mixing station, a custom Pioneer sound system with multiple component speaker packages, a deck lid-mounted LCD display, a fog machine and strobe lighting”.
Next up is the Bulletproof FR-S Concept One sporting a carbon fiber interior, a wide body, a 500-horsepower turbocharged engine and a track-tuned suspension, while the third FR-S from GReddy Performance pushes the power envelope further with a turbocharged 2JZ-GTE engine capable of tweaking out 750 ponies.
Last but not least is the sleek FR-S “Style J” fitted with a rather tasty looking bodykit and a nicely re-done custom interior that places emphasis on luxury and quality materials.
As for Cartel’s stretch limo xB conversion (not the first one, mind you), it is said to bring “a business agenda” with an on-board Wi-Fi hotspot, Apple Mac mini, wireless keyboard with mouse and hands-free mobile calling.
See all the cars in the gallery below the break.