20 Dec CFF300 | Scion FR-S
Curva Concepts CFF300
Scion FR-S Wheels
The Scion FR-S was brought to the North American market as part of a collaboration between Toyota and Subaru. Since its introduction in 2011, the rear-drive sports car changed the Scion brand; in a good way. This car single-handedly helped establish Scion as a force to be reckoned with in the sports car market. Sadly, the Scion brand along with the FR-S was disconnected in 2016. However, Toyota brought the FR-S back to life with their new Toyota 86. In the end, they’re essentially the same car just with different branding.
Having said that, FR-S owners don’t need to be sad, because Toyota 86 parts are interchangeable. Look, the FR-S is fun little car, perfect for canyon carving. But there’s just something missing…yup, you already know. The wheels that come stock on this car are just way too small as far as width is concerned. Widening the track on a car like this can dramatically increase handing characteristics. In doing so, this little pocket rocket turns into an absolute canyon carving beast.
Scroll down to learn more about how Curva Concepts makes the perfect Scion FR-S wheels.
A True Canyon Carver
Like we mentioned above, this car is an absolute canyon carver. We’ve done BRZ’s and FR-S’ before, but this is the first time we finally got our hands on one that we could actually do a shoot with. The owner of the Scion was running another brand of wheels, but in a much less aggressive fitment. He reached out to us with interest in our Flow Forged series, and we had to get him right.
Now for the fun part; the mods. This FR-S is running an Injen intake, a Spec-D Tuning catback exhaust, Spec-D Tuning headlights, a Spec-D Tuning front lip, TRD side skirts, and Valenti tail lights all lowered on Tein Flex coilovers. A worthy car with modifications like these deserves wheels worthy enough for the car, right? This FR-S is running our Flow Forged CFF300’s in a Gunmetal finish. As for fitment, all four corners are 18×9.5 wrapped in 255/35 Lionhart tires. With a setup like this, eating corners on Angeles Crest is a breeze.