[VIDEO] Driving a Tiffany-Blue Rocket Bunny Scion FR-S
As sporty coupes go, the Scion FR-S is definitely one of the most budget-friendly, whether it’s being sold as a Scion, a Subaru BRZ, or a Toyota 86 (or GT86, depending on your country). While its long list of monikers might make it seem like a complicated car, the FR-S is actually quite simple—until you start adding aftermarket parts, like this Rocket Bunny bodykit.
This customized FR-S is lovingly named Tiffany thanks to its eye-catching Tiffany blue hue, which was painted by Fantasy Colors. But there’s a lot more to this car than its dazzling color—a whopping $50,000 worth of modifications, to be exact. These include a supercharger kit, short-throw shift kit, Sparco racing seats, Takata racing harness, and a DCT aftermarket steering wheel. Due to the aftermarket clutch, the FR-S rattles quite a lot when in neutral, which only adds to its charm. You can see what it’s like to drive this fierce FR-S in the video below from YouTube channel Vehicle Virgins:
While the Tiffany Rocket Bunny FR-S certainly packs in the modifications, there are a number of common aftermarket parts typically added to these sports cars. One of the first things to go is often the stock 17-inch alloy wheels, which are usually replaced by larger wheels fitted with performance tires rather than the stock all-terrains. Other common modifications include a lowered suspension, a sportier exhaust, and enhanced brakes for increased stopping power.
News Source: AutoEvolution