Toyota iQ heads to Vegas

Pictured is the 'Scion iQ Evasive' on show at the Toyota stand in Las Vegas.

Pictured is the 'Scion iQ Evasive' on show at the Toyota stand in Las Vegas.

The SEMA specialist motor show in Las Vegas had a special Toyota surprise for visitors when it opened last Tuesday. The Japanese carmaker is hosting an array of full-blooded customised versions of the iQ, that take the style-setting urban car into a new world of pumped bodywork and pimped interiors.

Three iQ have been created for the show’s Tuner Challenge, with a fourth custom special displaying a radical chop-top look. They are joined at SEMA by further American-market models that have been given ultimate makeovers, plus some of Toyota’s latest State-side racing machinery.

Michael Chang, Jon Sibal and Tatsu are the famous tuners who have worked their magic on iQ. Chang has produced the iQ-RS, giving the car the full motorsport treatment: key elements include a carbon fibre body kit, Air Runner suspension, Sparco race seats and Advan Racing wheels.

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