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2013 Scion FR-S

2013 Scion FR-S – The Toyota GT-86 can even sportier: The Scion FR-S Coupe Race Car has about 600 hp. It is in the American Formula Drift left its mark and destroy tires. By Stephan Bähnisch Scion FR-S, Subaru and Toyota GT GT 86: Three names for an athlete who wants to inherit the Toyota Celica. But what the teen-oriented Toyota subsidiary Scion now at the Detroit Auto Show 2012 conjures out of the hat, playing in a league all its own. Scion is working with the racing forged “GReddy” a 600-hp FR-S from the eaves, which will go into the U.S. racing series, Formula Drift at the start. Behind the wheel drift king Ken Gushi, the youngest ever winner of the Challenge. Other technical data delivered Scion yet.

 

When the production version of the 2013 Scion FR-S looks different: the smallest with 4240 mm length, 1285 mm height and 2570 mm wheelbase four-seater sports car in the world is a two-liter four-cylinder boxer in motion, the 200 hp and 205 Nm torque to the rear wheels sent – either via a manual six-speed manual box or a six-speed automatic with paddle shifters. For this, the Toyota GT 86 (or GT or Subaru Scion FR-S) with 1,200 pounds of weight is extremely light, which looks at the competition certainly a hawk.

 

We apparently still waiting for FT086, the joint venture between Toyota and Subaru on a fire, inexpensive sports car, with morph from clay to metal. But the long-term effort would finally bear fruit later this year while Toyota puts its cards on the table as a new Scion. We will see a flat, 2.0-liter Boxer engine, thanks to Subaru, but also drive the rear wheel. Power and price are in the air, although the low-end $ 20,000 rumors, the small car against the Mustang and Camaro V6 crowd well. With those looks, Scion turn heads, tuners and tons of fun to be a Subaru WRX STi and spare bolts must take their Scion