Toyota Prius C&A Custom Concept Gets Sporty for SEMA 2010


Toyota’s latest offering at the SEMA 2010 seems to be interesting as they introduce a sporty version of their acclaimed hybrid model, Toyota Prius.  The Prius C&A Custom Concept version is crafted with lightweight carbon fiber body kit and it will be the new 18-inch forged aluminum wheels that will take the vehicle for the ride.

The company has incorporated a set of visible changes in the exterior of the vehicle (images: Autobloggreen) that includes aero side skirts with vertical spoilers, front bumper and fender flares with radically large air intakes, the engine hood, roof, rear hatch, rear spoiler, rear bumper with vertical spoiler, and rear garnish.


A CCD camera system, smoked rear combination lamp with a translucent rear side spoiler, styled exhaust tip and front and rear lighted Toyota badging are other remarkable changes in the exterior of the car.

The company has lowered the vehicle by four inches from front and six inches lower from out back. These new changes brought with a TIEN setup have completely transformed the appearance of the world’s largest selling hybrid vehicle. It is said that the new Prius mimic the version of a Lamborghini Reventón.


The cabin has been covered in Alcantara suede and thus we see headliner, A and B pillars, door trim, rear seat, console box, front Recaro seats, steering wheel and even the aluminum shift in Alcantara.

The introduction of the new model is also as a part of 10 successful years of Prius in America.

(Visited 321 times, 1 visits today)

Leave a Comment