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2013 Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny by SR Auto Group

Canadian tuner, SR Auto Group, has a habit of releasing some of the most unique and impressive programs you’ll ever see. Its latest work, which it worked on in collaboration with Openroad Scion, further solidifies that point.

Using a stock Scion FR-S , SR Auto Group decked it with a comprehensive aerodynamic body kit, giving it a new and far more imposing appearance that no standard FR-S can even come close to.

The car, which has since been rechristened as Rocket Bunny, is fully kitted, complete with wide-body fender flares, a new front lip, side skirts, a rear diffuser, and a large rear GT wing. But that’s not all. It also has a couple Seibon parts in a new carbon-fiber hood and fog light covers. Carbon-fiber side mirrors from APR have all been added, as were bespoke smoked headlight housings and candy red taillight surroundings.

The final pieces of this stunning program include a set of 18-inch "Winning Blue" Rays Gram Lights 57 Extreme wheels, an Invidia catback exhaust system to further bolster the sports car’s performance credentials and a set of fully adjustable BC Racing coilovers with a 10 kg (22-pound) spring rate.

While it doesn’t have any straightforward performance enhancements, we can surmise that with the new exhaust, together with all those new aero kits, the Rocket Bunny FR-S has a little more roar to it than stock FR-S models.

Press Release

Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny by SR Auto Group

There’s always a first for everything, and today we are proud to bring you Canada’s very first Rocket Bunny Scion FRS. OpenRoad Scion approached us with an idea to create a mind blowing project that would skyrocket across the country. There was only one way we could make that happen, and it was to bring forth something Canada has never seen yet.

The Rocket Bunny kit is undoubtedly the most talked about adaptation of this pure driving machine as it features a complete widebody overhaul. With a mere 15km on the odometer, we sliced off the the rear quater panel and front fenders in preparation for the brand new fender flares. Along with the widened fenders, the kit also included a aerodynamic gt wing, front lip, sideskirts, and a rear diffuser. We’ve always believed in paying attention to all the details, which is why the headlights feature a bespoke smoked housing, and the emblems and tailights have a candy red coating. To complete the exterior we added some carbon fiber goodies, such as a Seibon hood, APR mirrors, and Seibon fog light covers.

Once the kit was installed, we then proceeded with our favorite part of the build; the suspension and wheels. To bring the car down to the ground, we installed a set of BC Racing coilovers which feature a custom 10kg spring rate. Since the coilovers were fully height and dampening adjustable, we were able to preciously calculate the best setup for the FRS. The wheels were courtesy of one of our favorite manufactures of all time, Rays. The 57Extreme model hails from Rays Gram Lights catalog and featured a staggered size of 18×9.5 and 18×10.5. The ‘winning blue’ finish was a perfect compliment to Scion’s Firestorm Red exterior.

Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny by SR Auto Group

The final touch was an Invidia catback exhaust system, which aligned with the new rear diffuser perfectly. The exhaust created a strong driving experience, as it featured a low deep growl which was perfect in our ears.

We would like to thank OpenRoad Scion for choosing us to be apart of this amazing project. It was a pleasure working working with your team, and we look forward to the next project that we can collaborate on.

Wheels
Rays Gram Lights 57 Extreme, 18×9.5, 18×10.5 | Winning Blue

Suspension
BC Racing Coilovers

Exterior
Rocket Bunny Wide Body Fender Flares
Rocket Bunny Front Lip
Rocket Bunny Side Skirts
Rocket Bunny Rear Diffuser
Rocket Bunny Rear GT Wing
APR Carbon Fiber Side Mirrors
Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood
Seibon Carbon Fiber Fog Light Covers
Bespoke Smoked Headlight Housings
Candy Red Tail light Surroundings

Performance
Invidia Catback Exhaust System



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