After the Lexus GS460 and the Toyota Venza AS V, Five Axis brought another vehicle at the SEMA Show: the Toyota Yaris Club Concept, a tribute to the Toyota 7 that challenged the Group 7 category of Can-Am racing back in 1960s.
As you can see the car has been seriously customized as it follows: the roof was totally removed and the windshield lowered, the interior was removed too as well as the passenger seat, a tonneau (a bed cover for a pickup truck) was added as well as a driver headrest.
Also a new body kit was installed consisting in a front and rear Toyota JDM Vitz RS bumpers, a rear taillight and fog light as well as a Toyota Vitz front bumper cover.
Under the hood the vehicle received a TRD/TTE Supercharger with cold air intake boosting the engine from 106 hp to 166 hp, a DC Sports tuner header and a TRD radiator and oil cap. For a better sound of the engine a new Greedy TIC exhaust was added.
The kit is completed by the 17 inch FIVE:AD S6:F Wheels featuring a specially Satin Gunmetal finish and hugged by the Yokohama tires.
Also the suspension was lowered by 2 inches for better stability while for stopping the car in time a new set of GReddy Mini 6 Piston brakes was added.
At the interior we have a Five Axis Design custom roll cage, a new Sparco steering wheel, gear knob and racing pedals as well as a Sparco Sprint 5 racing seat and a new upholstery by Salt Turin Upholstery.