Like every year, Scion organized the Scion Tuner Challenge. According to regulations, enhancers invited to participate, can do conversions of a maximum value of $ 15,000 on whatever they wish, as long as the car is completed in 90 days. For 2014, Scion decided to invite three tuners to participate in the competition: Super Street, Speedhunters and GT Channel.
First, the FR-S by Super Street, is based on the Release Series 1.0 version of the car. It features a wide body kit, new 18 inch alloy wheels, KW Clubsport suspension with the rear camber kit to be of Eibach, 6-piston Wilwood brakes front and 4-piston at the rear. The interior features Recaro Sportster CS bucket seats, roll cage, new steering wheel and an upgraded audio system. Finally, the engine has been improved.
The next FR-S, is tuned by Speedhunters. It stands out thanks to the custom splitter and also its custom diffuser. The rear lights are new and the trunk is from AeroJacket. The interior features leather upholstery, the seats were replaced with new bucket seats, there is a roll cage and four-point belts. The engine is equipped with a Cosworth supercharger kit and a free exhaust tip on the back.
Finally, the FR-S tuned by the GT Channel features TRD front lights, a new body kit, rear spoiler of Avest and carbon fiber hood, diffuser and trunk. The engine features a GT Supercharger kit of HKS, along with a silencer of Ganador while the suspension was replaced with a KW Clubsport. The interior features the steering wheel and gearshift of TRD and Recaro seats.