The car does, however, benefit from a short list of changes. The 2014 FR-S gets the addition of knee pads on the transmission tunnel and the door panels surrounding the speaker grilles, while a new standard 6.1-inch touchscreen audio system has been added.
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It was expected that neither Japanese automaker would change much with its new sports car, but enthusiasts still anxiously await a more powerful variant to be announced. Earlier, Toyota confessed that it’s considering adding a larger displacement engine to give its FR-S more performance.
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