Just unveiled this January in production form but long in the works, the Toyota-Subaru family of sport coupes is finally here. And it's surprisingly good.
The 2013 Scion FR-S joins the Subaru BRZ here in the U.S., while the third version of the car, the Toyota GT 86, won't be sold here, at least initially. Whichever model you're talking about, however, they all share the same core characteristics: rear-wheel drive, lightweight construction, simple features, and engaging driving characteristics.
They are distinguished in terms of exterior design, however, with the FR-S getting its own take on the front and rear bumpers, being perhaps a bit tamer than the BRZ. The overall silhouette is still very much that of a classic sports coupe: a low hood, a sleek passenger bubble, and a short, tall rear end. Inside, the FR-S is very simple, but well-laid out; the design is modern and semi-industrial, with carbon-textured surfaces and soft rubbery items between rectilinear shapes and round gauges...
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