Toyota Yaris Club : 2007

By Five Axis Design at the 2007 SEMA Show.
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The Yaris Club is a stripped-down, no-nonsense car with no extras, only what is needed to perform. The roof has been removed and the windshield lowered.

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2007 Toyota Yaris Club concept.

With the interior removed, a tonneau was fabricated, turning the Yaris into a single seater with a fairing that doubles as a driver headrest.

A supercharger, exhaust headers and a free-flowing exhaust were added for performance to back up the good looks. The suspension was lowered by two inches with front and rear coil-over shocks and larger brakes added.

The Yaris Club was developed by Five Axis in Huntington Beach, California.

- Five Axis Design Hard Top Tonneau Conversion
- Toyota JDM Front and Rear Vitz RS Bumpers
- Toyota JDM Vitz Rear taillight and Fog Light
- TRD JDM Vitz RS Front Bumper Cover
- Vintage Ivory White Paint with Asymmetrical Graphic Racing Stripe - Graphic Outputs by Sticky Fingers Design

- TRD/TTE Supercharger with Cold Air Intake Estimated (+60hp) 166hp Total
- DC Sports Tuned Header
- TRD Radiator and Oil Cap
- Hose Techniques Silicon Hoses and Clamps

- GReddy TIC Exhaust

FIVE:AD S6:F Wheels
F: 17" 7.5, +45
R: 17" 7.5, +45
Satin Gunmetal Finish

Yokohama / Five Axis Design Custom Tread
F: 225/45R17
R: 225/45R17

- Tein Super Street Damper
- TRD Strut Brace

- GReddy Mini 6 Piston Brakes
F: 282mm x 22mm
R: 282mm x 22mm

- Five Axis Design Custom Roll Cage
- Custom TRD JDM Gauge Pod
- TRD JDM Engine Starts Button
- Sparco 345 Steering Wheel
- Sparco Race Red Shift Knob
- Sparco Reflex Racing Pedals
- Upholstery by Salt Turin Upholstery

- Sparco Sprint 5 Racing Seat
- Sparco 6PT Racing Harness

(Source: Toyota)

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