The custom door card and inset with suede design gives the vibe of a nice couch. Karla Pestotnik even enjoyed the softness and warmth while piloting the FR-S in the chilly weather at the 86 Shootout event. There’s not too much color, and all of the colors are distributed perfectly.
The FR-S has been fitted with Corbeau’s LG1 racing seats, matching the racing harnesses that are held up by the purple Agency Power harness bar. The material of the seats match the custom door panel suede and inset suede.
These slick 2×2 twill weave APR carbon fiber Formula GT3 Mirrors contribute to the race-inspired theme. They have a UV-stable clear coat around the carbon fiber. They are also reinforced with layers for weight reduction and added strength. These mirrors include pivot arms and adjustable ball stubs for custom mounting ranges that vary the comfort of the driver. The lenses are convex to eliminate blind spots, in addition to having blue anti-glare mirror lenses to reduce reflections during night time drives.
This FR-S is equipped with Rays Engineering Gram Lights 57 Transcend 18×9.5 +15 offset in the front with an 18×10.5 +20 offset in the rear. Color contrasts really separate the eye’s attention span. On these R1 Concept Forged Series 356mm 6-pot front and 4-pot rear calipers, the purple paint from Indy paints really expose the caliper.
As a proud Continental Tire representative, Phil wrapped his Gram Lights in Extreme Contact DW 255/35/18 up front and went 20mm wider in the rear with 275/35/18s.
It’s all in the details. Constructed really nicely, the aero catches the eye instantly. It seems as though the right colors are in all the right places. That’s one thing to the show car duties of the FR-S- everything must be in a perfect order of execution to catch the judge’s eye. With that being said, originality plays the ultimate part.