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.