Besides the Toyota Prius PLUS Performance Package, the Japanese manufacturer also revealed at the 2010 SEMA Show, the Prius C&A Custom Concept, a new car developed by the Conversions and Accessories group at Toyota Motor Corporation.
As you can see from the photos, the new carbon fiber body kit looks really aggressive and includes a new front bumper, new fender flares with large air intakes, a new hood, new side sills, a big rear roof spoiler, a rear spoiler with integrated air diffuser as well as a central exhaust system.
The design of the car is completed by the 18-inch, forged wheels with aluminum aero rings wrapped in Goodyear Eagle Revspec RS-02 215/40R18 eco sport tires.
Furthermore, a new suspension system installed by TIEN lowers the concept by four inches in the front and six inches in the rear. Inside, the right-hand drive car features a black Alcantara simulated suede fabric on the ceiling, but also on the “A” and “B” pillars, door trim, rear seat and console box.
Same material is found on the steering wheel and aluminum shift knob. In addition, the car received new Recaro sport sears featuring “C&A” logos.
An additional gauge on the instrument panel features “G,” output, and mileage meters, along with a water thermometer and voltmeter.
The interior also received a DENSO navigation system that features an eco function that displays total electric motor and engine kilowatt output, steering angle (0 to +450 degrees), speed, accelerator open angle, and mileage.