Scion has just released a selection of official pictures of its 2010 SEMA Show cars and while there's the usual selection of over-the-top creations, were also pleased to see a few cars we'd actually like to drive.
Topping the list is the GReddy modified 2011 Scion tC, sporting a turbocharger that the company even refers to as a "prototype," hinting that it will come to market in the near future. That means owners will be able to strap on 340-hp and 325 ft-lbs of torque with one "simple" modification. Of course, there's a lot more done under the hood than just that. Other mods include coilovers, a Five-Axis aero kit, TRD brakes, Volk Racing G2 wheels and even a nice set of Sparco seats.
Up next has to be the tC Tuner Challenger car by John Pangilinan, which also comes with a turbo under the hood. The biggest feature of this car, however, has to be the Jon Sibal custom carbon fiber widebody kit and the tC even gets a Seibon carbon fiber trunk and hood. Of course, there's the obligatory Rays wheels, measuring 10.5-inches wide, with a Brembo big brake upgrade.
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