Black on Beige Scion FR-S Looks Smooth

Custom 2012 Scion FR-S 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Seeing all those Toyota GT 86s getting overhauled both in reality and in the virtual environment of those passionate designers, we can’t avoid the modifications performed on the coupe’s twin sister, the Scion FR-S.
Being the GT 86’s interpretation for America, the car gets plenty of attention by regional tuners, one of the most gorgeous results being seen in the adjacent video.

Beautifully customized by Auto Art Customs, this 2012 Scion FR-S was built for the 2012 SEMA Tuner Challenge. The car tuners chose a matte black on matte beige color scheme, which gives the car an almost organic look under some lightning conditions.

The color change was not the only modification for this serpent looking coupe, as it also got sportier front and rear bumpers, modified side skirts, blackened out lights, LED daytime running lights surrounding the front lower air intakes as well as a set of matte black rims and a hydraulic suspension to alter the stance at any time.

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