•  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal front 3/4

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal rear 3/4

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal side

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal interior

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal flat screen

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal storage area

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal nitrous

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal front

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal interior

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal engine bay

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal wheels

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal rear

  •  Scion iQ by Jon Sibal info sheet

Rendering wizard and friend of Autoblog Jon Sibal (above left) managed to beat out a race-prepped iQ and a mid-engine version of the ultra-compact to take the win at this year's Scion Tuner Challenge at SEMA.

Sibal, who's brought a range of vehicles to Vegas in the past, partnered up with Veilside and Mike Vu (above right) to create one particularly insane creation fitted with a $7,000 prototype Veilside body kit, a special brew of matte bronze 3M paint and a 32-inch flatscreen fitted to a motorized mount that allows it to fit flush in the trunk. And there's apparently still room for groceries.

Sibal and Vu had been pushing for a partnership for some time and this iQ is the fruit of two months' worth of labor. Sibal and his team snagged a piston trophy for their efforts and a check for $10,000, which should help pay off the build. Or at least part of it...

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