Scion released details on its customized cars to the SEMA Show. The line-up will include three customized tC: a Neu-Vintage Scion tC by Eddie Hahm, Scion tC by Mark Arcenal, Scion tC by John Pangilinan.
The Neu-Vintage Scion tC by Eddie Hahm is taking cues from the salt flat race cars of early Bonneville, World War II aircraft inspiration that was so prevalent in post war hot rods and high dollar pre-war, coach-built automobiles of the 1930’s, this build blends vintage with modern mechanics onto a Scion tC.
The Scion tC by Mark Arcenal features TRD supercharger, custom autumn copper paint, fatlace custom two-piece cast aluminum four-piston calipers, Sparco 2 Circuit Pro Seats w/ rails and sliders, 310X260 - steering wheel, quick release, black six point belts, fire extinguisher and mount, battery switch, pit board and numbers, 3 LED SAT, Navigator foot rest, grip pedals, Luxor shift boot, RACING shift knob.
The John Pangilinan tC comes with JLine – custom11RL3 three piece wheels – charcoal-T with semi gloss black lips, GReddy turbo timer, Profec B-Spec II, pressure gauge and boost gauge, Rockford Fosgate T1500 Punch mono amp, T400 Punch 4channel amp, (4) P3D212 Punch 12” shallow subs, T162S Power component system, cables, fuse holder, distribution block, battery terminal, and circuit breaker.