This award-winning widebody xB is the fruit of the collaboration of Five Axis Models, Pioneer Electronics, and Scion itself. The customization reportedly took over 3,000 hours and benefited from the consultation of a panel of renowned DJs including Tony Touch, Mark Farina, Rob Swift, Josh Wink and DJ Babu. The DJ platform that slides out of the hatch via linear actuator motor is set up with two tiers of digital and analog turntables and mixers, and the rear doors open along with the hatch to deploy mid and high-range speakers. The xB's body was significantly altered with a one-off widebody kit and four inches chopped off the roof. If West Coast Customs sees this creation, they'll just straight up quit their half-assed imbecility. So does anyone in Cali want to drop this picture off in their mailbox with a note that reads "X to the Z, you can't handle this!!!!"? Anyone? Let me know.
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