A Canadian design house is trying to give the Scion iQ, the world's smallest four-seater, a little edge, and they think they know how.
Introducing the Project Pryzm, from British Columbia's SR Auto Group.
Project Pryzm, which gets its name from the car's so-sharp aesthetic, aims to leave you speechless with a radical interior and exterior overhaul.
Outside, SR Auto lowered the iQ and sat it on some 18-inch Sparco wheels. Bodywork is trimmed with a full Premier 4509 body kit, including front and rear bumpers, side skirts, front fenders, hood and roof spoiler.
A two-tone paint job finishes the look.
The interior sees the factory seats reshaped and trimmed in black leather and suede with red stitching; the door panels get a similar treatment.
"Project Pryzm proves that no matter the size of your car or your engine, there are always endless possibilities when it comes to modifications," SR Auto says on their website.
Have they succeeded in giving the
four- three-and-a-half-seater sufficient attitude? You tell us.
(SR Auto via CarScoop)