If Tetsuya Tada had his way, a sedan based on the Scion FR-S would probably be here already.
As the car’s chief engineer, it would make sense to assume that he would wield some influence on the subject. But a new report from Edmunds suggests that Tada’s wishes – and presumably a small army of seconders – will have to wait because Subaru is “dragging its heels on it.”
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Subaru and Toyota co-developed the FR-S and BRZ twins and the report suggests that the two brands need to work together on derivative models.
Last month, the FR-S was the only Scion model that didn’t see a sales decline. Currently, the Toyota sub-brand sells the FR-S sports car, iQ sub-compact, tC coupe, as well as the xB and xD hatchbacks.
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