Toyota continues to hold car enthusiasts' attention with its GT 86 in Europe and its American Scion FR-S twin.
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Scion FR-S chief engineer Tetsuya Tada confirms Toyota will build a more powerful Scion FR-S.
If you'd believe it us auto journalists, the 1989 BMW M3 was the high watermark of sports coupes.
Earlier this month, Toyota announced that it will be bringing the FT-86 Open concept--or a Scion FR-S convertible, as it would be known in the states--to the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.