Boy this weekend was intense. I apologize for the lack of posts, but there is still a lot that has to be fixed here in the north east.
I think it’s great when these builders and innovators in the automotive industry get some credit and exposure. When the Rocket Bunny kit for the FRS came out I think we all were in complete shock just from how amazing it looked. Nothing so over the top, but yet it looks like a jet/street-fighter. It takes some real skill to make something like a widebody kit for a brand new car, from scratch. There aren’t many people that can do this. And for that, he earns my respect. I can’t wait to see what he thinks of next.
Seriously, can we take some time to talk about how insane this Rocket Bunny FRS is. I know, it’s on every blog and facebook page, but rightfully so. Most of us knew the FRS/BRZ had a ton of potential, but this Rocket Bunny kit took potential to the next level. Just look at it. It accentuates the body lines perfectly, it’s wide without being gaudy wide, and rocks a racing wing that fits in with the kit perfectly. What more could you want? No serious, all other kits are just downhill from here. haha Just kidding. If I ever meet the creator of this beauty, I will not hesitate to give him a hug. lol
What’s even better is that it looks just as good on 16/17 inch BBS RS’ as it does on 19 inch Enkei’s. True rolling art.
Of course the Scion FRS is basically the same car, but I have been hearing the Subaru has better suspension as well as other small additions. As for me, since there isn’t a Toyota emblem on the car, I rather see a Subaru emblem then a Scion. But that’s just me. I have to say I am really impressed how well this car came out. I looks good, I mean it looks REALLY good. I have no doubt that this car will soon become an instant classic and seeing modified examples from around the world. The picture below is an example of this car’s potential, at least visually. Great to see a new F/R car that is both affordable and great looking.