Scion caught many Toyota family watchers off guard with its new iM concept vehicle announcement this week.
Sales of the 2015 Subaru BRZ are down 44.23 percent month to date and down 6.26 year to date and lack of power could be a big reason why.
This has to be a tuners dream, to take a new Scion FR-S sports car, $15,000 and have 90 days to turn it into something special for the SEMA Show.
The newly revealed 2015 Scion tC Release Series 9.0 blacked-out two-tone will be ultra-exclusive, so don’t expect to be driving one.
As the 2015 Scion FR-S sports coupe makes its dealer launch, a new turbocharged Scion FR-S T1 Targa Top has been unveiled at the SEMA Show, and shows why the brand sorely needs a convertible.
RallyMaster has just come up with a great idea to turn the 2015 Toyota GT86 sports coupe into a rally car for driving enthusiasts.
According to the Insurance.com, Scion FR-S drivers get a lot more speeding tickets than Subaru BRZ drivers.
Scion Racing has been around for ten years now and the team is drawing more driving enthusiasts to the 2015 Scion FR-S sports coupe.
It shouldn’t surprise that Subaru WRX/STI drivers get the most speeding tickets in the U.S., but what’s up with Scion FR-S drivers?
If this report from Japan’s Best Car Magazine is accurate, we could see a new turbocharged FR-S/Toyota GT86 coming soon.
Scion says the new 2015 Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 was prepared at the TRD factory and that the wait is over for the two-door sports coupe.
Scion has introduced a race-inspired new version of the 2014 FR-S called the Release Series 1.0.
The 2014 Porsche Cayman S and the 2014 Scion FR-S have a lot in common. Both are not the fastest car for your dollar. However, they might just be the best driver’s car for the dollar.