2011 Scion Canada’s Tuner Challenge Champion at the 2011 SEMA Show in Las Vegas
After capturing the inaugural Canadian Tuner Challenge Award, Tony Yuen and his seven SR Auto Group colleagues are now showing off their victorious customized Scion xB at SEMA, the world's premier automotive products trade show, which runs ...
After capturing the inaugural Canadian Tuner Challenge Award, Tony Yuen and his seven SR Auto Group colleagues are now showing off their victorious customized Scion xB at SEMA, the world’s premier automotive products trade show, which runs Nov. 1-4 in Las Vegas.
“Scion is about expressing yourself and creating a vehicle that is customized to suit your personality,” said Larry Hutchinson, director of Scion in Canada. “SR Auto Group did that by pushing their imagination to the limits and producing a customized vehicle like no other.”
Yuen and his team, who are from Richmond, BC, have been modifying exotic rides for more than a decade, won for their unique Project Anarchy customized xB whose design featured a minimalist approach with a military-inspired vibe. Outside, DL Style B-Magic Body Kit and Spoiler team up with Modulare M23 19″ Wheels and a host of custom touches, like hand-painted Eccentric Blue Lug Nuts. Inside, a full black suede interior is set off by blue LED accent lighting, and features a 32″ LED LCD TV. Performance modifications draw heavily on Toyota Racing Development (TRD), including a Big Brake Kit, Strut Tower Brace, Sway Bar, Exhaust System and Supercharger.
Photos and details on the Tuner Challenge can be found at media.toyota.ca.
Project Anarchy is joined by six other Scion vehicles that will be on display at the show. This includes Pit Boss Cartel Scion iQ, Gruppe S tC, Numeric xB, Scion iQ-RS, Scion iQ RX, and Scion iQ-MR.
More details and photos on these Scion vehicles can be found at media.toyota.ca.