SR Auto Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny front 3/4 view

Second SR Auto Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny is a Blue-Wheeled Wonder

SR Auto Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny front 3/4 view

Three months ago, we brought you news of Canadian tuner SR Auto’s slick Scion FR-S with a Rocket Bunny widebody kit. The distinctive fat fender flares, carbon fiber hood, and towering rear wing transform the sporty (but not terribly muscular) looking Scion sport coupe into a car that looks ready to grab the pavement and wring its neck. They didn’t really do anything to the engine, but with all the extra grip, would you miss it?

Now SR Auto has constructed another FR-S with the high-fashion Japanese body kit. And while most of the ingredients are similar, the finished product has a decidedly different feel.

SR Auto Scion FR-S Rocket bunny rear 3/4 view

As with the previous car, this rear-drive runabout incorporates the Rocket Bunny kit’s deeper front bumper, side skirts, rear diffuser, and front and rear fender flares. The massive wing is also present, however the Seibon carbon fiber hood from the red car sits this one out; this dark gray example retains the stock hood. And that dark gray paint covers the whole body, yield a noticeably more subdued vibe (assuming you can call anything with a widebody kit subdued).

SR Auto Scion FR-S Rocket Bunny wheel detail view

Four things that definitely aren’t subdued are the wheels. The 19” PUR alloys wear an electric blue coating and Yokohama Advan tires. And of course, the widebody kit allows for the fitment of wheels and tires that are substantially wider than stock; the rears measure a full 12” wide! BC Racing coilovers help cut the ride height, and an Invidia catback exhaust system pumps up the volume.

Unfortunately, like the red FR-S, there’s no mention of any engine or interior upgrades. However, you’ll still draw plenty of stares if you roll up in this thing. Besides, if you decide you want to install a Rocket Bunny kit on your FR-S (or, for that matter, Subaru BRZ), you can always upgrade those areas, as well.

Source: SR Auto

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