SEMA Show debut for Scion tC low-rider concept

Posted on Monday, 9 November 2009 , 12:11:34 byEmil

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SEMA Show debut for Scion tC low-rider concept

The 2009 edition of the SEMA Show that will take place in Las Vegas is the best place for tuning companies to give it all out, as it is maybe the most important tuning event of the year. People that will be lucky enough to have the possibility to go visit the Las Vegas tuning show will get to see a number of Scion based tuning projects. One of the most eccentric modified cars that will be on display at the SEMA Show is a low rider version of the Scion tC that was made by EPIC Cartel, which is a tuning company.

Some of the most important features of the Scion tC by EPIC Cartel include custom fabricated parts, the chopped down roof that loses its center panel and rear window, massive 22 inch alloy wheels with 235/30 ZR22 tires from Toyota as well as the extremely low ride height. According to EPIC Cartel, the Scion tC project was inspired from a variety of other builds.

Other very interesting features of the low rider Scion tC by EPIC Cartel include new suspension parts, a tri color interior with two plus two seating layout, a limited slip differential and a TRD supercharger kit.

For those of you who do not know, Scion is a marquee of vehicles produced by Toyota Motor Corporation for the North American market. Scion was founded back in 2002 and has as a main purpose to attract the vast majority of young potential buyers. The headquarters of the Scion company is in the city of Torrance, in the state of California.