2011 Scion tC by Five Axis

The second generation Scion tC received its first customization program from Five Axis and is currently on display at the 2010 New York Auto Show . The Five Axis tC features a four-inch wide-body conversion, a unique House of Color custom formulated exterior paint by the name of Bloodshot, a Tein adjustable coil-over suspension, a TRD custom Big Brake kit, and 20-inch Yokahama Advan Sport tires mounted onto five AD R5:F wheels.

The interior gets a custom leather-trimmed seats with Ultrasuede EcoDesign inserts, Chilewich floor mats, and upholstery by Little John’s Interior Concepts.

This is not the first time Five Axis has had their crazy, creative hands on a Scion . They have actually worked on every Scion model from the tC to the xA so this custom job comes as no surprise to us.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Scion today unveiled a Five Axis customized edition of the all-new 2011 Scion tC Scion tC at the 2010 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS). The special Five Axis Scion demonstrates one of the many ways in which the all-new tC can be customized with internal and aftermarket accessories.
 

Scion tC by Five Axis

The Five Axis tC carries a high–performance, racing theme with the installation of a four-inch wide-body conversion and a unique House of Color custom formulated exterior paint that is appropriately named, Bloodshot. Performance was enhanced with the installation of a Tein adjustable coil-over suspension, a TRD custom Big Brake kit, and 20-inch Yokahama Advan Sport tires mounted onto five AD R5:F wheels.
 
The interior complements the exterior performance and look with unique Five Axis trim and color appointments and material specifications by Zing Design. Comfort is provided with custom leather-trimmed seats with Ultrasuede® EcoDesign™ inserts. Additional interior enhancements include Chilewich floor mats, and upholstery by Little John’s Interior Concepts.
 

Scion tC by Five Axis

Founded in 1995 by Troy Sumitomo, Five Axis is most noted for their concept cars and high-end showcars often seen at major international auto shows and trade shows like SEMA. Their primary customers are auto manufacturers such as Toyota Toyota for whom Five Axis supports many of their internal R&D programs. Five Axis also has their own line of wheels and aftermarket products, which are designed and created using the same methods and technology to create their high-end concepts and show cars.
 
The Five Axis Scion tC show car will be on display throughout the 2010 NYIAS.


16 comments:

I don’t like much the leather-trimmed seats, but the colour is amazing! A custom one called Bloodshot added to a four-inch wide-body conversion.

Jeez man what would it take to make Toyota and the band of tuner that follow them give this car some much needed under hood balls? Right now, even the redesigns nothing more than an overpriced new age tercel. Even I can admit the scions potential to be at least a little more than that.

The wang and tang crew have taken their widest liberty with the scalpel at the rear. As if such an underpowered car needs such a diffuser anyway.

Honda, who are famous for their "slick-shifting" manuals, are offering a Sport wagon without a manual?I’ll leave it up to someone else to compare the number of speeds in their slash box to any new Chrysler costing around half the price.

It would have been nice to welcome another genuine wagon to the market without qualms but this one sounds a bit half-baked. Last point, whatever happened to the diesel Honda was talking about a couple of years ago?

Kudos to five axis, i can’t belive a 90HP car can look like a 200HP with just tweaking it’s body kits.

This is what the base-model tC should look like. Anyway, I like the new tC modded or not. I"m a teen and I would totally make my mom and dad buy it for me

I find your comment pretty ironic since the new tC is heavily inspired by the Fuse that Five Axis designed to begin with.

Oh dear, not my type of packaging. Next car please smiley

What a cool name.

That is a total package! The custom design is superb! The name “Bloodshot” fits the ride.

Five Axis did an amazing job on this new tC! Too bad I have a family now and will be getting a RAV4. If I didn’t, I would end up getting this one to add to my tC collection (I own a 2005 tC).

Cool custom design! I like it! This car has the perfect interior complements with the exterior performance and having those unique looks Five Axis trim and color appointments.

"Bloodshot" what a beautiful name, sound scary to have fun with it, just like the SUPRA.. the name says it all.

as a owner of a TC, looks like im buyin another one here soon

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