550kW 2JZ Toyota 86 drift concept unveiled at SEMA

Toyota has revealed four specially tuned custom Toyota 86/Scion FR-S concept cars at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, showcasing extreme enhancements in all areas.

GREDDY Scion Racing FR-S 2JZ concept-2013 SEMA

Featuring a complete tuning package by GReddy Performance, the Scion Racing Drift FR-S concept (above) comes with a Rocket Bunny Ver.2 aero kit with widened wheel arches and a set of Rays Gram Lights 57XX alloy wheels.

Under the bonnet sits the legendary 2JZ-GTE inline six-cylinder engine. It’s not left in its factory 206kW form. Instead, it is breathed on by a single GReddy turbocharger which boosted power output to a whopping 550kW and 990Nm. It’s matched up to a G-Force GSR high-strength four-speed transmission.

Bulletproof Scion FR-S Concept One-2013 SEMA

Similarly awesome is the Bulletproof FR-S Concept One. It features an extensive Powerhouse Amuse turbo kit including a titanium down pipe, front pipe and full exhaust. With help from an Ecutek Race Rom engine computer capable of running on E85 or 91 octane fuel, the engine produces a healthy 370kW. The concept also comes with a wide-body carbon fibre bodykit.

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Urban GT Sports Coupe Scion FR-S-2013 SEMA

Toned down slightly from the concepts above, the Urban GT Sports Coupe concept goes for a tuning theme that’s setup to be more practical for everyday use. It showcases a TRD cold-air intake and a DIGI-TEC ECU. There’s also a full Bilstein sports suspension kit, custom front and rear body panels and a matt grey aluminium colour scheme.

Steve Aoki Art Scion FR-S concept-2013 SEMA

Lastly, the Steve Aoki Scion FR-S is designed to be a “music-lover’s dream”. It shows off a custom Pioneer sound system with multiple speakers, a fog machine, strobe lights, and a deck lid-mounted LCD screen. It’s the ultimate package for carpark hangout enthusiasts.

Brett is the editor and founder of PerformanceDrive. He's obsessed with driving, having played with Matchbox cars until he was tall enough to drive a real one. After initially working as a mechanic, Brett earned a degree in journalism and entered media as an editorial assistant at Top Gear Australia magazine. He then worked at CarAdvice. His dream is to live next door to the Nurburgring in Germany.