Following a teaser from last month, Scion has taken the wraps off three concepts which will be exhibited at 2014 SEMA in Las Vegas next week.

Following a teaser from last month, Scion has taken the wraps off three concepts which will be exhibited at 2014 SEMA in Las Vegas next week.

First up, the FR-S T1 represents the work of Jeremy Lookofsky of Cartel Customs who selected a two-tone color combo with the wide body painted in Azzuro California Blue while the targa top has a black look. It sits on 19-inch forged wheels and has received a large centrally-positioned exhaust, a nickel-plated Wilwood brake kit, along with a KW coil over suspension and a GReddy street turbo kit.

Up next is the Scion x Riley Hawk Skate Tour xB built by Scott Kanemura of KMA Productions and inspired by skateboarder Riley Hawk. It has received a number of customizations such as a wood-grain décor, eight-track player, shag carpet, mini fridge and a cargo box with an INNO track system for storing skateboards. The vehicle also boasts a Pioneer sound system, motorized rear-facing monitor for media playback, plush captain-style seats and a dual-motion table which slides out and pivots up to reveal a storage place below.

Lastly, the Scion x Slayer Mobile Amp tC was developed by Mike Vu of MV DESIGNZ and received a bespoke paint job with airbrushed skulls and logos to go along with the suicide doors and the Billet Slayer sword blade wheels that have spike-style center caps. The interior cabin is packed with speakers connected to a Pioneer sound system, a 32-inch monitor and a custom mixer.

All three concepts will be exhibited between November 4 and 7 in Las Vegas during the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.

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