It’s hard to argue with Tada’s enthusiasm, but recent updates have been on the minor side of things. 2013 saw the introduction of the special edition series 10 models which featured a unique paint finish, automatic climate control, push-button start and LED day-time running lights. Then in 2014 FR-S models were outfitted with better radio head-units and padded areas so drivers don’t bang their knees on the doors. 2014 also saw the release of a new Monogram special edition model with more creature comforts like heated Alcantara trimmed seating.
Of course, enthusiasts are clamoring for a convertible model or more power out of the 2.0-liter boxer engine in the FR-S. However, recent reports have tied the car’s slumping sales with the conclusion that more powerful models have no business case.
However, Tada’s Facebook post also mentions that over 100,000 FR-S/GT86/BRZ models have been delivered to customers since the car’s release in March 2012, adding a bit more numerical weight to the car’s sales worldwide.
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