SR Auto Group Wastes their Time with the Scion iQ Pryzm

Tuning

Why tune a Scion iQ when you could just take a nap or make a sandwich?

The Aston Martin Cygnet-based Scion iQ has received its first tuning program from the crew over at SR Auto Group. SR Auto Group is known for their work on top-end models and it is perplexing that they would choose a car to work on that more closely resembles a bug that would splatter on the windshield of... cough... a real car. Dubbed the iQ Pryzm, the Scion features a body kit developed by Premier 4509 which adds a strange front to the small car.

A new rear bumper, side skirts and roof spoiler have all been added to the city car and it sits on a set of 17-inch Sparco wheels. The interior is where SR Auto Group truly succeeds. The iQ features leather and Alcantara along with diamond-shaped red stitching on both the seats and door panels. At least you will be comfortable when you cruise down the road on your untouched 1.3-liter engine which boasts 95hp and 90 lb-ft of torque. No pricing information has been released yet for the Scion iQ Pryzm by SR Auto Group.

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