Now that Scion is officially dead, we've been wondering what lies in store for the brand's shinning star - the FR-S. When Toyota announced that Scion would disappear this summer, it confirmed that the iA, iM and FR-S would live on as Toyota models in the U.S. Now it's being reported that the FR-S will be badged as the 2017 Toyota 86 here in the U.S.
Scion has unveiled the limited-edition 2016 Scion FR-S Release Series 2.0, which adds more luxurious features like leather seats and HID headlights.
While the it's unlikely that Toyota would sell a rebadged Miata, there's a report that the roadster's chassis could be used for the next-gen Toyota GT86, Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ coupes.
Toyota has been pretty vocal about the fact that sales of the Scion FR-S have dropped off since it was introduced back in 2012. Sales of the FR-S were actually down 29 percent in April compared to a year ago, so hopefully an upcoming refresh to to the 2017 FR-S will help keep it alive.
Scion has revealed the updates to the 2016 Scion FR-S, which gets some interior improvements, two new colors, a new standard audio system and a rear-view back up camera.
Scion Vice President Doug Murtha has confirmed some bad news for Scion FR-S fans - Scion has no plans to build a convertible or turbocharged version.
Scion tasked six builders to create their own interpretations of the Scion tC, FR-S and xB with custom upgrades, individual style and creativity.
Scion has announced that the limited edition 2015 Scion FR-S Release Series 1.0 is now available with pricing starting at $30,760.
A new rumor states that the Toyota is working a more powerful GT86/ Scion FR-S with a turbocharged engine that sends its power to all four wheels.
Scion has announced that racer Ken Gushi will be driving a GReddy Racing Scion FR-S in the 12.42-mile Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 29.
The 2015 FR-S now has an improved suspension, a few exterior updates and gets a an updated interior with a "carbon fiber look".
A new report claims that the Scion FR-S convertible will debut later this year, followed by a sedan version next year.
Slow sales of the Scion FR-S/ Toyota GT 86 rear-wheel-drive coupe is making it a hard case for Toyota to justify introducing a more powerful version.
Although Scion isn't bringing anything entirely new to the Detroit Auto Show next week, Scion has announced the limited edition Monogram Series versions of the FR-S and tC will be at the show.
Although Toyota has yet to announce any official plans to build a convertible version of the GT86/Scion FR-S, Toyota has announced that the FT-86 Open concept will take the stage at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Toyota hasn't announced the introduction of a more powerful version, but Toyota is reportedly looking at multiple options to give the Scion FR-S a much need boost.
Toyota is giving the world a preview of what a droptop version of the Toyota GT86/ Scion FR-S could look like with the FT-86 Open concept that is going to debut next week at the Geneva Motor Show.
According to the latest rumors, Toyota is slated to unveil a new convertible version of the Scion FR-S/ Toyota GT86 at the Geneva Motor Show in March.
Scion has unveiled its FR-S Tuner Challenge Cars in Advance of the 2012 SEMA Show.
Scion has announced that the 2013 Scion FR-S is officially available in Scion dealerships nationwide, starting at $24,200.
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