Could a Scion FR-S hybrid be on the horizon? Don’t be surprised if it is.
Toyota’s youth oriented brand, Scion are usually well priced and available in one trim. They’re known for their popularity in tuner circles. The Scion FR-S is certainly the brands most popular and driver friendly car.
Despite slumping sales, a U.S. Toyota executive has confirmed that the Scion brand won’t be seeing new models any time soon.
This week, sports car shoppers are out in full force if our most watched videos of the week are any indication. Viewers wanted to see if the 2013 Scion FR-S still lives up to its hype a year later, while Honda enthusiasts are still enjoying our Civic Si vs. Integra Type-R shootout. Watch our most…
Scion has announced this year’s Tuner Challenge finalists that will be bringing their modified tC vehicles to the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.
Subaru bumped the price of its 2014 BRZ by $100 to $26,390, and the 2014 Scion FR-S will also see a modest bump of $80 to $25,335 including delivery.
It comes as no surprise to hear that Toyota is working to generate more power for its popular 86 model, known as the Scion FR-S in America. The latest report does, however, contradict past rumors of a turbocharged engine, instead pointing towards something larger under the hood.
At Toyota’s national dealer meeting in Atlanta this month, the Japanese automaker showed off a Scion FR-S convertible concept and a drawing of a subcompact crossover concept, hinting at things to come.
For the 2014 model year, Scion will be releasing the limited edition iQ Monogram that takes the iQ “to the next level by adding premium features at a great value,” according to the Japanese automaker.
Scion has announced that every single one of its 2014 vehicles will be outfitted with a touchscreen audio system, along with pricing for its full 2014 model lineup which has increased slightly across the board.
Sinking Scion sales and questions about the brand’s future direction could lead to pruning the company’s bloated dealer network.
Scion product sales are struggling across the board… with one exception.
Rumors have been spreading that Toyota has killed off all hopes of a convertible variant for its 86 model, but it appears those may be false.
The FR-S may have changed the direction of Toyota’s Scion brand for ever, though surprisingly, it would not be towards performance machines.
I’ve now had my FR-S for exactly one year, but has the purchase proved worth it, or was it all just hype with the usual first-year car headaches?
Scion Racing will return for a second year to the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb this weekend.
J.D. Power released the results of its latest Initial Quality Study at this month’s Automotive Press Association luncheon in Detroit. The survey had some very surprising results.
Every automaker has its own look. Whether it’s a seven-slot grille, round tail lamps or a Hofmeister kink each company tries to claim its own signature styling elements.
We are back with this week’s installment of AutoGuide’s newest, interactive weekly feature ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’.
The thought of a performance version of the Scion xD may not set our souls on fire, or anyone’s really. Based on the Toyota Yaris platform, the xD starts out life lacking any performance DNA to speak of. And, with the current generation of the Scion xD having been on sale since 2008, the vehicle…
Scion has announced pricing for its 2014 tC and iQ models, along with its 10 Series Edition models which celebrate the brand’s 10th anniversary.
Scion has announced pricing for its special 10 Series FR-S, which carries a $2,170 premium over the normal manual model, excluding delivery fees.
Ah to be young again. AutoGuide’s nationally recognized, board-certified Oracles remember their youth vividly… it was terrible. People often say age is just a number and you’re only as old as you feel, unfortunately they were born wearing elastic-waist jeans and Science Olympiad fanny packs. Gingivitis arrived when they were in middle school.
The name Cooper might not bring up mental pictures of high-speed racing like Formula One or NASCAR, but the company certainly knows what it’s doing when it comes to a high-performance street tire.
Hatchbacks have a ton of versatility and use, and they’re also quite affordable, not to mention fuel efficient. When it comes to the most affordable hatchback, there’s quite a few options out there. Unlike the Honda GEAR concept pictured above (which could preview a new affordable subcompact for the Japanese brand) all the cars on…