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  Scion xA Speedster Concept

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Country of origin:Japan
Produced in:2005
Introduced at:2005 SEMA
Source:Company press release
Last updated:November 21, 2005
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Click here to download printer friendly versionFive Axis' primary clients are the automotive advanced concept and design studios. They build everything from complete, ground up, concept show cars like the ones you see on the stages at major auto shows, to 1/4-scale design evaluation models. They also build many of the SEMA cars displayed in the manufacturer's booths. Their goal is to create and build precision, fine crafted works of art. Their passion is customizing and fabricating unique, one off, cars. Today Five Axis occupies a 22,000-sq. ft. facility in Huntington Beach, Calif.

The moment had finally come; the Scion family required a Five Axis makeover of its little sibling. The ultimate finale would be to combine the captivating, audience interface of the Widebody xB DJ with the aggressive styling mods of the Widebody tC. Three interlinked Xbox gaming centers with Forza Motorsport racing software are incorporated into the design of the xA with the main emphasis on the driver's position. Extreme body modifications include the obligatory Five Axis widebody, along with the complete removal of roof and side glass; see-through body sides and seating for two. As always, strict rules of design were applied, detail, fit and finish resulting in the ultimate open-air speedster, racing simulator.

Five Axis 6-inch custom widebody conversion
House of Colors Persimmon Pearl paint
Rays Engineering G-games 99B wheels 19 x 9.5-inch front +22 offset, 19 x 10.5-inch rear +22 offset
Five Axis designed and installed gaming/audio system
o Xbox 360 gaming consoles
o 19-inch Samsung LCD monitors
o Casio XJ-560 video projector
o MadCatz MicroCON wireless control pads
o MadCatz MC2 racing wheel
o Pioneer HTP-2600 5.1 Dolby Digital surround system
o Pioneer AVIC-D1 with DVD multimedia AV navigation receiver
Engine and exhaust
o AEM cold air intake
o DC Sports header
o Five Axis custom engine cover
o Five Axis custom exhaust system and finisher

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