Scion has enlisted streetwear brands illest and Crooks & Castles to help create two modified iM hatchbacks for SEMA.
The interior has also been given a minor refreshing as it boasts leather and suede upholstery, a MOMO shift knob and Vip’d Out front and rear trays. The model also has a premium audio system provided by MB Quart.
The Crooks & Castles Scion iM goes in a different direction as it has Vollkommen Design over fender kit, a front spoiler and a unique exhaust system. The hatchback also features an air suspension and 18-inch Rotiform LHR Concave wheels with Toyo tires.
The interior embraces a racing theme and it features Recaro R100 race seats, Sparco Settanta pedals and a custom roll cage. There’s also a Nardi Sport Rally steering wheel and a Nardi Ambition shifter. Both cars were created with a budget of $15,000 and are part of this year’s Scion Tuner Challenge. By: motor1