The next ‘Dream Built’ Toyota for this year’s SEMA show is the Tekked-Out Prius by NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer. He realized that trying to turn the little hybrid car into a hot rod is pointless. So instead he decided to turn it into a mobile technology center.
The car does get a body kit, Megan Racing springs and shocks and EVOD wheels. But those are not important compared to what they’ve done to the interior.
The Tekked-out Prius gets a 17-inch custom touch screen with built-in Windows 7 computer, two ASUS 12-inch tablets, and a side-view camera system that replaces the factory mirrors, plus a 45 feet of fiber optic lighting and a thumping 16-speaker JBL audio system with two amplifiers and six crossovers.
Finishing touches include custom leather and suede upholstery, imported German carpet and electric blue stitching accents.
Fans are asked to vote for the winner car in Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge. The winner will be presented with a $50,000 check from Toyota to the driver’s chosen charity.
Check out the rest of Toyota Dream Build Challenge cars.