Last week, we drove the hot, new 2013 Scion FR-S, the front-engine, rear-wheel drive sports coupe collaboration between Toyota and Subaru.
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In the rest of the world, the car we call the Scion FR-S is known as the Toyota GT-86.
Scion has high expectations for its new sports coupe, the 2013 Scion FR-S, and according to a recent report in Wards Auto, Toyota's youth-oriented brand could see sales of up to 20,000 FR-S's per year.
While we question whether pricey “performance” add-ons like body kits and push-button starters are worthy of much distinction, a new study conducted by TrueCar.com shows that some consumers are more excited by such features.