The Scion FRS and Subaru BRZ are both equipped with an engine control unit (ECU) that is designed to adapt to the driving style of the new owner during the first 100 miles or so.
Scion Exposed is the proper name of the eighth annual event, which will feature everything from a car show to live music and skate parks.
In a recent report by Automotive News, Toyota says that because the Scion FR-S already has a starting price above $25,000, the idea of a turbocharged performance version has been shelved because it
Toyota Motor Sales USA has officially announced pricing for several of its top-selling models. Many are seeing a slight price bump from last year, but most are still under the $20,000 mark.
The 2013 Scion FR-S is powered by a 2.0L Subaru motor that yields 200 horsepower and 151lb-ft of torque; numbers that make it the one of the least powerful sports cars in the American auto industry
While speaking with Ward’s Auto, Scion CEO Jack Hollis stated that the niche automaker expects to move at least 10,000 units through 2012 from when the new Scion FR-S goes on sale June 1st.