Car Guy Nation Customized Scion FR-S Completed and Ready to Hit the Road to SEMA

Car Guy Nation’s Scion FR-S build for the Scion Road to SEMA is finished, and their 2600 mile journey to SEMA is kicking off this Saturday, October 20th at Johnston’s Toyota & Scion in New York!

The completed Scion FR-S features parts and upgrades from a number of vendors, including Borla, Escort, Vredestein, TSW, Eibach, GoPro, Airaid, Katzkin, Race Ramps, Hawk, Disc Brakes Australia, ADVENT, Auto Action, PIAA, Adams Premium Car Care, Rack&GO, Luna-C Clothing, and Braille Battery. Additionally, its original Hot Lava paint scheme was covered in a matte black and white vinyl wrap, prepared by James Tint in Middletown, NY.  To protect it from stray debris on the way to Vegas, the FR-S was also outfitted with a protective layer and tear-off on its windshield.

The Scion Road to SEMA is kicking off with a launch party at Johnston’s Toyota & Scion on October 20th, from 11am-1pm. From there, they’ll be hitting the trail until they make a second stop at Kings Scion in Cincinnati, Ohio on October 22nd. After passing through the midwest, the Car Guy Nation FR-S will be at Stapp Interstate Scion in Frederick, CO on October 25th from 5-8pm, before making its final detour on the way to SEMA at Desert Scion in Las Vegas on October 26th. Each stop will be accompanied by food, entertainment, and giveaways, so you won’t want to miss out!

On the way to SEMA, the Car Guy Nation Scion FR-S will also be checking in with Matt Farah of Attack of the Show on G4TV. Matt and the Car Guy Nation crew will be taking the car back to the track for a few runs, as well as some skid pad testing for an upcoming episode of the show.

Track testing at Monticello Motor Club

Finally, upon reaching the end of the Scion Road to SEMA in Las Vegas, the FR-S will be cleaned off and loaded onto the Las Vegas Convention Center floor, where more than 100,000 people will get a chance to see the car after its proven itself on roads all across the country. To learn more about the Scion Road to SEMA powered by Car Guy Nation, visit them at any of the following links:

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