Toyota continues to hold car enthusiasts' attention with its GT 86 in Europe and its American Scion FR-S twin.
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When I bought a Subaru a few years ago, my father said my new car sounded like it was running on three cylinders.
"Just wait until it comes out," a Scion spokesperson said to me last year, speaking of the much anticipated release of the 2013 Scion FR-S.
Back when Scion launched in 2003, young people weren't buying Toyotas.